There’s not much to talk about during this fight. Not because Sarah Moras or Ashlee Evans-Smith put on a boring fight, but because the fight didn’t even last half of a full round. Moras hasn’t fought since July 2015 and leaped into this fight like she wanted to make up all that time. She locked up Evans-Smith’s arm and torques the hell out of it. Unfortunately, it looks like it was dislocated and it’s hard to watch if the submission wasn’t so sweet.
Sarah Moras is a savage. "I hope so," she says when Rogan suggested she separated her opponent's elbow.
— Seán Sheehan (@SeanSheehanBA) September 10, 2017
Evans-Smith did a great job of trying to stack Sarah Moras, but the hip power and control of Moras was something that could not be stopped. Once Moras flipped Evans-Smith into position, it was over. After a couple of years off, Moras now has a lightening fast finish over a name and should go from absent to ranked on the UFC website. Let’s see if Sarah Moras can keep this up as the women’s bantamweight division welcomes her back.
This article first appeared on BJPenn.com on 9/9/2017.