Bulldoguino runs over opponent and wins first in UFC – Lidar Esports

Bruno Bulldoguinho, lutador do UFC

Bulldoguinho wins his first win at UFC (Photo: Arquivo / Lidar Esports)

With a technical knockout in 2min56 of the second round, Pirissabainano fighter Bruno ‘Bulldoguinho’ Silva ran over South African JP Buse, this Saturday (20) in the United States, in a legitimate battle for the Final Fighting Championship (UFC). Leading mixed martial arts organization in the world. Flyweight Fight opened the opening card at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. A landslide victory over the rival, the first in Piracicaban’s organization, could lead Bulldoguino to renew a contract with a company led by Dana White.

Buldoguiho was much better than the opponent since the beginning of the fight. In the first round, Piracicabano landed two superb takedowns against wrestler JP Buse and dominated both strikes and the ground. The second round was a ‘stroll’, taking the South African onto the canvas for the last time straight at 2:56. With the result, Piracicabano now has one win from the knockout, two defeats from the score and one no contest In the UFC. “My place is here, see what I did.” It sounds incredible. I will fight next week if I can, I want more opportunities.

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Fighter highlighted the support received by Olympic champion and former UFC fly and bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo, and preparations were made in Piraciba with Master Felipe Vidal, responsible for the work of Jira-Jitsu; Trainer Marcos Ribeiro, in charge of standing fighting (boxing and kickboxing); Gilliard de Lima and Kike Leotinho in MMA sparring; And fitness coach Rodolfo Cello. “I’m really happy, everything went well. Piracicaba will have barbecue, fruits and drips,” he said.

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“The Bulldog put into practice everything he trained during his preparation, he did his homework. The preparation was very systematic, but without losing strength, vigor and speed. Tactically, he had a perfect fight, winning well. He always won by training at home, and now it will be no different. He was entitled to that victory, as he is a man who needs no comment. We are very happy with the result ”, said instructor Marcos Ribeiro.





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