Paul Craig Pulverizes Andre Muniz With Elbows For TKO Win – UFC London Results (Highlights)

Craig gets the job done in a new division.

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Grappler meets grappler on the main card of UFC London.

Scotland’s Paul Craig moves to middleweight, taking on Brazil’s Andre Muniz. The two fighters have 28 submission wins combined and will look to prove who has the better jiu-jitsu. The fight takes place inside the O2 Arena in London, England.

Round 1:

Muniz fires a leg kick and Craig returns with a body kick. Muniz continues on the leg kick attack, mixing in a body kick of his own. Muniz lands a spinning back kick to the body. Most of Craig’s kicks are blocked by Muniz. 

Craig throws the body kick and then a head kick. Muniz lands a head kick. Craig throws a kick which Muniz catches and uses to take the Scot down to the ground. Muniz establishes top control with Craig against the cage. Round ends.

CDS: 10-9 Muniz

Round 2:

Craig goes on the offense, trying to land. Craig grabs a quick takedown on Muniz. Craig lands ground and pound, backs away before toppling Muniz once more. Muniz attempts a triangle from his back but Craig defends the submission. Muniz gets a takedown on Craig against the cage. Muniz hits Craig from top position. 

Muniz headbutts Craig on the ground and the referee takes away his dominant position for that. The fight restarts on the feet where Craig takes down Muniz. Muniz tries to isolate Craig’s arm from bottom but is unsuccessful and Craig moves position. Craig attempts a d’arce choke but is unable to get it. Craig lands elbows from side control. Craig gets full mount and rains down punches and bunches.

Craig unloads with countless elbows to finish Muniz! 

Official result: Paul Craig defeats Andre Muniz by TKO (elbows) in Round 2 (4:40)

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Published on July 22, 2023 at 5:00 pm
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