Top Knockouts From UFC Fight Night 220

Just before the main card began, the UFC Fight Night 220 headline event was postponed. Despite the greatest efforts of the medical staff, Nikita Krylov is unable to compete because he fell ill just before his matchup with Ryan Spann.

 The Krylov vs. Spann fight was replaced as the main event by Andre Muniz vs. Brendan Allen in the middleweight division. The excitement for UFC Fight Night: Muniz vs. Allen persisted despite a last-minute roster change inside the Octagon at the UFC APEX. Let’s examine the two victories that came from UFC Vegas 70.

UFC Vegas 70 Best Knockouts

Erick Gonzalez is Defeated By Trevor Peek at 4:59 Of Round 1 Via KO (strikes)

Trevor Peek wanted to make a statement with his debut, and he succeeded by outlasting his opponent in the final split-second of the opening round. Erick Gonzalez was defeated via submission by Peek (8-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) at 4:59 in the opening period of the main preliminary bout of UFC Fight Night 220.

It was immediately apparent that Peek intended to use assaults that would alter the course of the battle. Gonzalez (14-8 MMA, 0-3 UFC) was left wobbling from Peek’s powerful punches and kicks, who gave it all.

As the last seconds of the first round drew close, Peek didn’t back down and finished off his opponent by smashing him up against the fence with hard punches.

Victor Martinez Is Defeated By TKO (strikes) By Jordan Leavitt at 2:33 In Round 1

At UFC Fight Night 220, Jordan Leavitt put on a performance to remember, winning by knockout after losing to Paddy Pimblett through submission in the previous fight. “The Monkey King,” who had lost his previous four fights, made a comeback with a strong finish when he faced Victor Martinez on February 25.

Jordan Leavitt (11-2 MMA, 4-2 UFC) used strikes to finish an opponent, which was a first for him. Leavitt’s lone knockout came against Victor Martinez (13-5 MMA, 0-1 UFC).

Results from UFC Fight Night 220: Muniz vs. Allen | The best Moments From UFC Vegas 70

  • At 4:25 in Round 3, Brendan Allen submits Andre Muniz through a rear-naked choke.
  • Don’Tale Mayes is defeated by Augusto Sakai in a unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • At 2:51 in Round 2, Tatiana Suarez overcomes Montana De La Rosa through submission (guillotine choke).
  • At 4:15 of Round 1, Mike Malott wins Yohan Lainasse through submission (arm-triangle choke).
  • Erick Gonzalez is defeated by Trevor Peek at 4:59 of Round 1 via KO (strikes).
  • Gabriella Fernandes is defeated by Jasmine Jasudavicius in a unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26)
  • Victor Martinez is defeated by TKO (strikes) by Jordan Leavitt at 2:33 in Round 1.
  • Charles Johnson loses against Ode’ Osbourne in a judgment (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
  • At 4:55 in Round 2, Joe Solecki submits Carl Deaton through a rear-naked choke.
  • Rafael Alves is defeated by Nurullo Aliev in a decision (29-27, 29-27, 28-28)

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