UFC Vegas 9 ended with spectacular victories, most notably the return of former Heavyweight King Alistair Overeem.
In the main match of UFC Vegas 9, Dutch puncher Alistair Overeem defeated Brazilian rival Augusto Sakai with Gound and Pound in the final minutes of the fifth half. This victory marked the 47th victory of his career. memorable of Overeem.
Both boxers are cautious in approaching opponents in the early game. Augusto Sakai was initially more proactive, closing the gap with Overeem, exchanging blows with punches and pillows. After that, Sakai continued to show danger in the clinch lock screen, he limited the opponent’s ability to move and sent powerful punches to Overeem’s upper body.
However, the massive attack did not embarrass General Alistair Overeem. Starting in the third half, Overeem showed that his wrestling-field skills were much better than Sakai’s. Sakai’s stamina couldn’t keep up, leading to Overeem having a successful fall and Gound and Pound in the fourth half, before finishing the game in the 26th second of the fifth half.
This victory is very meaningful to Alistair Overeem, especially after recent years he has repeatedly played the role of “guard” for new heavyweight stars such as Jairzinho Rozenstruik, Curtis Blaydes or Francis Ngannou. Even at the age of 40, Overeem still believes that he has two to three years left before hanging up his gloves, enough to enter another title race.
“I love fighting,” says Overeem. “It has been my passion for 23 years now. We’ll be back on stage later this year or early next year, for sure. ”
One of the other stars to shine at UFC Vegas 9 was the winner of the Co-main event Ovince Saint Preux. He beat Alonzo Menifield with a perfect left hook in the second half, returning to a winning streak after losing to Ben Rothwell in May.
Brian Kelleher, Andre Muniz and Michel Pereira also had very successful performances, making the audience admire Submission.
Michel Pereira ended his game with a rear-naked choke against Zelim Imadaev after squeezing the opponent throughout the game. Andre Muniz “overturned” Bartosz Fabinski and ended the match with armbar in less than 3 minutes. Brian Kelleher, more impressive, beat Ray Rodriguez with a Guillotine choke when the match was just 39 seconds.