A middleweight scrap between Uriah Hall and Krzysztof Jotko took place during tonight’s UFC Fight Night 116 prelims in Pittsburgh.
Round one begins and Jotko immediately begins to smother Hall with punches. He lands an uppercut followed by a right hand. Hall circles away from the fence but Jotko stays on him. Jotko with a right hook and then shoots in for a takedown. Hall is able to stuff the attempt. He lands a nice inside leg kick and then circles out. Jotko chases after Hall and lands a nice uppercut. That appears to stun Hall. More uppercuts from Jotko. Hall is in all sorts of trouble. He falls to the canvas. Jotko follows Hall to the ground and quickly moves to full mount. He begins raining down punches. Hall scrambles but gives up his back. Jotko locks in a rear-naked choke. Hall is able to escape and get back to his feet. Uriah lands a left hook. Jotko fires back with punches. The horn sounds to spell an end to a crazy opening round.
Round two begins and Hall starts off quickly. He lands a punch followed by a straight kick to the body. Jotko responds with a combination. Hall goes inside with a leg kick and then another. Hall just misses with a spinning wheel kick. He fires off another. Jotko is able to avoid. Hall with the pressure now. He lands a right and then misses with an uppercut. Hall lands a massive right hand that floors Jotko. He jumps on him with some ground and pound and the referee is forced to step in and stop the contest.
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