Michael Parkin takes a page out of teammate Paul Craig’s book, survives Eduardo Neves punch and ends up in DWCS No. 6 Got an entry in the headlines of Season 5, turning trouble into victory.
Neves with plenty of bluff, Ali shuffle in early bomb swarms. However, he was completely unprepared for any kind of combat, and his back was clenched with two spin attacks, which allowed his opponent to knock him down and choke him with a naked back of the neck.
It was all over at 1:57 of the opening, Parkin and the rest of the fight card winners: Darius Flowers, Jesus Santos A Girard, Cameron Saiman and Dennis Gomez.
Tuesday night’s UFC APEX event in Las Vegas marked the second straight week of five UFC contracts.
Fierce Hit the Road to Success
In one of the most unusual and spectacular finishes in DWCS history, Darrius Flowers turned submission trouble into finish Amiran Gogoladze attempted an inverted triangle and ended up bumping into his shoulder, prompting him to knock him just 73 seconds into the fight.
A full recap of the fight – and highlights of the brutal ending – can be found here.
Aguila Ransomware Signature Choke
Jesus Santos Aguilar exhausted his longer and skinnier opponent Allison Ferreira da Silva and then got him Fourth career guillotine choke, triggering Silva’s tap at No. 1 (both hands) :56 Marked final frame. That was after Silva’s futile attempt to gain top position after being slammed into the mat at the start of the round. With his neck exposed in the process, he went down after Aguilar’s error gave him an early chance.
Aguilar’s tenacity overcame some technical errors that cost him his position and put him at risk. He escaped a pair of guillotine chokes in the first round and fought back with a flurry of ground and pounding to close the open frame. In the second, he dashes through his forearm to his chin for control. Whatever physical advantage he lacks, he makes up for it with courage.
Saiman’s impressive third-round KO makes him UFC’s youngest fighter
Twenty-one-year-old Saiman is quite impressed with White, he The martial arts mashup easily took on Josh Wang-Kim, an opponent 8 years older than him, before a brilliant knockout match. Saaiman cornered Wang-Kim over the fence and traded before his left hook hit the target. Wang Jin walked towards the canvas, his jaw rattling with a violent blow. White then gave Sayman his props to seal the young man’s future in the Octagon.
Gomez beats Amanda
Gomez turned, turned and turned, heading towards the knockout round. However, her fists and knees played the biggest role against Rayanne Amanda’s work. Gomez’s 30-27 scorecard suggests that in a closer fight, the two went head-to-head in three rounds, bloody each other by exchanging blows back and forth. Gomez brought more energy to the team, pouring more energy into the offense when Amanda was weary from high tempo and effort to stalemate the game. White was still standing after the first round, and despite the eventual elimination on the scorecard, the hearts of both players wowed them.
Full DWCS Season 6 Week 5 Results:
Michael Parkin def. Eduardo Neves via submission (post-naked choking) – 1st round, 1:57
Darrius Flowers def. Amiran Gogoladze via Tseung Kwan O (Injured) – 1st round, 1:13 | Watch done
Jesus Santos Aguilar def. Erisson Ferreira da Silva via sub (guillotine choke) – R3, 1:56
Cameron Saaiman def. Josh Wang-Kim via KO (punch) – Round 3, 2:52
Denise Gomes def . Rayanne Amanda by unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)