Unbeaten Wells bantamweight Jack Shore Always trying to build on his success when he faced Ricky Simon at UFC Long Island.
On paper, the tournament is full of Fight of the Night’s potential, and it’s shocking to see it being relegated to the early cards.
The action was carried out in a way indicating that the battle was worthy of a higher bill.
Simon opened what was billed as “People’s Main Event”, then level change and lead to removal. Shore quickly retreated, turning his back on the fence, where he had to fight another potential capture. Shore tries to push Simon away. and they switched back to zero. Then Simon changed the level for the shot to remove another one which was stuffed. By changing things, Shore himself was downgraded. but was bailed for attempting to remove it. Simon then took his right hand before driving Shore up the cage again.
The round will close as they fight their way through the cage again. Shore will stab down the middle. Shortly after the horn sounded. The second round continued with Shore pressured along the fence. But when he dragged the Shore down The Welsh fighter was able to stand up and gain a foothold. Simon was given time to take control of all forms. Finally, Simon lifted Shore and knocked his opponent down. While Shore tries in vain to lock the guillotine
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Despite the huge impact of that slam But Shore immediately backed up. Moments later, Shore shot right-handed. but ate one hand His knees seemed to be bent. And Simon jumped onto a rocky jackshore. Locked with a choked triangle arm and forced to tap!
Official result: Ricky Simon def. Jack Shore by submission (arm-triangular choke) lap 2, 3:28.