The knockout, it’s a fan favorite and something every fighter loves to do yet doesn’t want to be on the wrong side of it as the same time. A knockout is a violent thing of beauty for one fighter but an ungraceful disappointment for the one lying on the canvas wondering what just happened. Lucky for them there is that little thing called replay and they’ll be seeing it over and over again.
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The heavyweight division got a bit of a jolt Wednesday night as Stipe Miocic and Stefan Struve walked away with impressive victories at UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger. As part of the night’s main card the two fighters walked away with early knockouts, Miocic earning Knockout of the night honors.
The UFC made its main card debut on Fuel TV tonight with a main event between Diego Sanchez vs. Jake Ellenberger. The UFC on Fuel TV main card featured six bouts and got started out with a bang as Ivan Menjivar and John Albert put on an exciting 3:45 of action. The rest of the card, including the welterweight main event didn’t disappoint either.
Opening the UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger fight card, lightweight Tim means dominated his opponent Bernardo Magalhaes in route to a unanimous decision. Both fighters were making their UFC debut, but you wouldn’t have known that from his performance.
We’re less than two hours away from the start of tonight’s UFC on Fuel TV card which will open up with the preliminary card streaming live on Facebook. The main card will start at 5pm PT / 8pm ET and features several interesting matchups. If you missed yesterday weigh-ins or you just want to see what we mean by interesting, check out the stare downs between the main card fighters.
On tomorrows UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger card, nestled on the preliminary card is a bout featuring two middleweight fighters making their promotional debut. California’s Sean “The Destroyer” Loeffler, with 30 professional bouts under his belt will be taking on Jackson’s MMA product Buddy Roberts. Loeffler enters a division that already holds some of the most interesting characters the UFC has to offer and will fit right in with the best of them.
When Dutch fighter Stefan Struve steps into the Octagon you can guarantee two things, he’ll be taller than his opponent and it’ll be an exciting fight. The 6 foot 11 inch steps back into the Octagon this Wednesday at UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger, looking to put on another show, while capturing back to back wins. To do that though he’ll need to get past a tough matchup for him in Dave Herman.
Having already made their main card debuts on FOX and FX, the UFC will complete the trifecta this Wednesday with the UFC on Fuel TV: Sanchez vs. Ellenberger. The channel has already hosted preliminary action as well as numerous other UFC programming but they get the spotlight this time around. The night action on Fuel will be headlined by a welterweight bout between Jake Ellenberger and Diego Sanchez, along with four other bouts.