In a spectacular battle, Chihuahua’s Yair Rodríguez decided to lose to Max Holloway
Chihuahuan Yair’Pantera’ Rodríguez left everything in the octagonal cage, but failed by unanimous decision in the UFC game against Hawaiian Max Holloway this Saturday.
Holloway’s speed, precision and better canvas allowed him to win with 49, 48, 47 and 48, respectively.
The fight was spectacular from beginning to end, with the two main fighters always in control. Yair primarily tried to attack using kicks and elbows. However, his boxing skills surprised many.
The Hawaiians started to make more punches and, most importantly, they sent out more counterattacks. Rodriguez fired a few shots at his opponent halfway through the round. But Holloway struck back with his right hand to Chihuahua’s left cheekbone.
Holloway was stunned by Rodriguez’s stable boxing, which resulted in a tie after the first round. It managed to calm Holloway and keep him at a safe distance. Chihuahua was able to take some shots, but they were not very strong. He played Holloway from less than to more in that round; Yair, a Taekwondo expert, demonstrated that this was not an easy game for Holloway.
After Rodriguez’s brilliant moment at the beginning of the third round, the Hawaiian elbowed his jaw and was finally able to knock Yair down. Although he was unable to surrender, he still controlled the majority of the round. .
The fourth round is the same. Yair collected better, using a few elbows against Holloway’s forehead. Chihuahua repeated this at the beginning of the last round, opening the Hawaiian’s right eyebrows. He failed many times, but he did it again and again. Hurt. Holloway is fond of being short in the final seconds to make sure that he holds the lead.
This was Yair’s first game in over two years. After the game, Yair revealed that his right leg had been injured from hitting the opponent with the bat.
Holloway congratulated Yair immediately after the announcement. This is a tough battle. He is a formidable warrior and a beast. Mexico! While holding the Chihuahua in his hand, he shouted.
49 Judge 1 48
48 Judge 2 47
48 Judge 3 47