Tonight’s UFC Vegas 63 event is headlined by a key featherweight matchup featuring Arnold Allen taking on Calvin Kattar.
Allen (18-1 MMA) will enter the contest sporting an eleven-fight winning streak, his most recent being a first-round TKO victory over Dan Hooker. ‘Almighty’ has gone a perfect 9-0 since making his UFC debut back in June of 2015.
Meanwhile, Calvin Kattar (23-6 MMA) will be looking to rebound from his split decision setback to Josh Emmett this past June. Prior to that loss, ‘The Boston Finisher’ had earned a unanimous decision victory over Giga Chikadze.
Round one of the UFC Vegas 63 main event begins and Arnold Allen lands a low kick after a short feeling out process. Allen looking to find a way to close the distance. Kattar keeps him at bay by popping his jab. Another low kick from ‘Almighty’. He lands another. Kattar with a short left. Allen misses with a front kick. So does Kattar. Arnold finds a home for a left. Kattar answers but then Allen lands two more shots. Calvin Kattar with a front kick to the body. Allen responds with a straight left. He lands a low kick. Kattar returns fire with a kick of his own. Another left hand from ‘Almighty’. He comes forward with a big flurry. Kattar rolls of the fence and gets back to range. Kattar with a nice kick and then an elbow. He lands a jab. One-minute remains. Allen lands a pair of hard lefts. He leaps in with another. Kattar eats a strike and appears to have an issue with his knee. He drops down and Arnold Allen is fully in on the attack. He looks to lock up a choke but the horn sounds to end round one.
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Round two of the UFC Vegas 63 main event begins and Calvin Kattar told his corner that he popped his knee between rounds. Arnold Allen throws a low kick and Kattar drops and this one is all over. Ugly way to finish but credit to ‘Almighty’.
sweep the leg, Johnny pic.twitter.com/sMTYd8Yg3M
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Official UFC Vegas 63 Result: Arnold Allen def. Calvin Kattar via TKO (knee injury) in Round 2
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