By split decision: Rolando Bedoya lost in his UFC debut [VIDEO]

Rolando Bedoya Did a good ant Kaos Williams to him UFC 288But lost by split decision.

He had a big role, but it wasn’t enough. A Peruvian Rolando Bedoya In its debut this Saturday fell UFC American front Kaos Williams By unanimous decision.

The first round went to Williams. The Michigan native landed several right hands on the Peruvian in the first two minutes of the fight.

Indeed, the blows were very strong and accurate, but ‘The Machine’ – as he was known Rolando Bedoya– showed that his presence at the biggest event in mixed martial arts was no coincidence. He got a good grip and started throwing some Low kicks It started to bother Kaos. In addition, he well thwarted the Americans’ attempts to turn him against the barons.

The second round was more even. Pedoia As Williams tried to use his right fist to do damage, he began punching and low kicking his opponents. However, neither did harm. More to the point, it was noticeable that Peru’s blows – especially in the stomach and abdomen – hurt him.

It’s all round three for Peru. He started hitting harder. His fists were not blocked and his kicks came in with more power. In fact, you could tell the American’s discomfort as he threw a few punches to defend himself and put Peru away.

Despite a very good fight from Bedoya, the judges awarded the victory to Kavos Williams by split decision (27-30, 29-28 and 29-28).

Rolando Bedoya had a good debut in the UFC, but it wasn’t enough | Source: @UFCEspanol


‘The Machine’ is riding an eleven game winning streak. However, he is not a favorite. However, he remains confident of winning his first fight in the UFC. “People don’t know me, but I’ve always fought people with more experience than me. My first fight was when I was 17 against a 33-year-old. I was able to shut people down and show what I’m made of,” the Peruvian said in an interview. The New Herald.

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Kaos WilliamsMeanwhile, reappears in UFC After a year of inactivity. In his last fight, he lost a unanimous decision to Randy Brown. Of his thirteen career wins, eight have come by decision. But he was most remembered for his first round defeats against Alex Morono and Bo Yan.

Rolando Bedoya vs. Kavos Williams: Fight Schedules Around the World

  • Peru: 7:20 p.m
  • Columbia: 7:20 p.m
  • Ecuador: 7:20 p.m
  • Argentina: 9:20 p.m
  • Chile: 7:20 p.m
  • Mexico: 6:20 p.m
  • USA – Florida 8:20 p.m
  • Spain: 02:20 am (Sunday, May 7)

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