UFC London: Blades – Aspinall, Molly McCann – Hannah Goldie, how the fight went, result, knockout, video


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    On the evening of July 23 in London, England, the second in 2022 British UFC Fight Night tournament takes place. In the main bout of the event, heavyweights Curtis Blades and Tom Aspinall will meet, and in the prelims, the girls of the flyweight category, Molly McCann and Hannah Goldie, will meet. The Briton, nicknamed Meatball, showed herself brightly at the last London tournament when she knocked out the Brazilian Luana Carolina.

    Girlfriend Paddy Pimblett figured out how to win the love of fans – it’s not enough just to walk next to the weirdest guy from the UFC, you also need to finish your opponents beautifully. American Hannah Goldie lasted even less than Carolina – the same elbow flew into her head already in the fourth minute of the first round. Hanna swam, and McCann quickly bombarded her with finishing moves.

    The rights to the video belong to the UFC. You can watch the video on the UFC Russia telegram channel.

    After the referee stopped the fight, Meatball jumped over the net, smartly pushed all the guards and rushed to hug the fans. Just like last time, only after the victory over Carolina, the girl was treated to beer by ordinary fans, and this time by UFC stars Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Michael Chandler.

    McCann, Jedrzejczyk and Chandler

    Photo: Jeff Bottari/Getty Images

    Fans are definitely crazy about Molly – few people gave out such a reception at the O2 Arena. With this victory, McCann will surely enter the top 15 of the flyweight division – so far it looks like the girl can become a new star. As tough as Valentina Shevchenko, sassy as Ronda Rousey, and at the same time able to entertain the audience, just like her friend Pimblett.


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