The fight between Figueiredo and Benavidez 2 is underway from the Flash Forum on Fight Island from Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. The main card of the event is open now and fans saw a ruthless submission win in the 2nd fight on the night. The fight was between Ariane Lipski and Luana Carolina for in women’s Flyweight. The former is popular for finishing the fights in the first round of the match.
However, she had not shown yet her skill in the UFC with all of her 3 fights going the distance. But now she has finally rise and registered her first UFC win by tapping out Luana Carolina. However, she ended that run to register her first UFC finish by tapping out Luana Carolina.
The fight began at a very brisk speed. The punches were exchanged within first seconds of the fight. After the small pinches, Lipski caught Carolina with a left pinch and sent her to the floor. she quickly applied the pressure the by dropping to her knees and attempting some body shots. But ‘Dread’ intelligently caught hold of her head so that her opponent did not have any room to strike.
Carolina submits to Ariane Lipski
Following this Carolina did a weak body trinagle attempt but Lipski broke quickly free from the attempt and caught hold of Carolina’s legs. Here on she maneuvered into position and managed to wrestle Carolina’s leg into position for a kneebar. Famously known as the ‘Queen of Violence’, she extended her leg and being it. The attempt was so powerful that ‘ Dread’s screams of pain echoed around and then she desperately tapped out in just 88 seconds into the fight.
It was the first defeat for the ‘Dread’ since her debut in 2015. She had come into the Flash Forum with a six fight win streak that included included unanimous decision wins over Mabelly Lima and Priscila Cachoeira.
The Kneebar from Lipski was so powerful and painful that after the fight Carolina writhed in pain and grimaced as she lay on the canvas. She couldn’t event stand on his legs for the post fight formalities. She was seated then on a stool in her corner as the referee raised Lipski’s hand in victory.