UFC Vegas 32 main card kicks off with a bantamweight bout between two exciting fighters. Adrian Yanez vs. Randy Costa will be the first fight on the main card.
UFC Vegas 32 takes place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event is headlined by a crucial bantamweight battle between Cory Sandhagen vs. TJ Dillashaw. As far as this fight is concerned, Adrian Yanez is one exciting fighter. He had a great start to the UFC with two wins in the first two bouts. He is coming off two consecutive victories against Victor Rodriguez and Gustavo Lopez. Both the wins have e been via knockouts. Yanez will look to extend his winning streak.
Meanwhile, his opponent Randy Costa is coming off a first-round KO victory against Journey Newson in 2020. He has a record of 6-1 in his career and will look to continue winning fights to get to the top of the food chain. The bantamweight division is packed as it is making it very difficult to seep through the top ranks. Continue reading to know how this fight on the UFC Vegas 32 main card plays out.
Adrian Yanez stuns Randy Costa at UFC Vegas 32
Round 1: The main card kicked off with Yanez looking for an early kick following it by a high kick later that is blocked. Costa returned with kicks of his own. Both the fighters keeping the other busy with kicks. Costa landed a big right and Yanez began to put some pressure on his opponent. Costa began to bleed but manages to score a right hand. Yanez got a rhythm of the fight and landed more. The round ends on feet.
Round 2: Yanez is back to working the legs. Costa started the second round with jabs and scored cleanly. Costa sticking to his strength and put Yanez in some trouble. Costa is able to score from a range and Yanez is forced to put more pressure. A body shot is followed by a clean uppercut and my god Costa was hurt with that one as he dropped. Yanez is raining down on his opponent with punches and the fight is stopped.
Result: Adrian Yanez def. Randy Costa via TKO (punches) – Round 2, 2:11
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