Martial Arts – UFC: Amazing Fight Finishes Of All Time


The UFC has seen a lot of battles complete in cool courses over its 25-year history – from Conor McGregor’s popular one-punch knockout of Jose Aldo to Forrest Griffin annoying the chances to gag out PRIDE champ Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua.

Here and there however, a battle can hurl a complete so insane, so startling, that it leaves the MMA fanbase discussing it for a considerable length of time to come. These are battles with puzzling rebounds, sudden turnarounds, and even endings that leave the ref in control confused.

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In this article, Allsportspk presents five of the most craziest finishes in UFC of all time.

#5 Chan Sung Jung vs Yair Rodriguez 


This fight happened only two weeks ago and it will still be discussed for the following 25 years of UFC history.

At the point when Frankie Edgar dropped out of his planned headliner against ‘The Korean Zombie’ Chan Sung Jung, just to be supplanted with Mexican wildman Yair Rodriguez, everybody figured we would a few firecrackers. They simply did not understand how crazy those firecrackers would be.

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Fundamental eventing the UFC’s 25th-commemoration appear from the city that everything started – Denver, Colorado – Rodriguez and Jung did battle, tossing all that they had at each other for 25 minutes in a row.

In any case, regardless of a hot begin to the battle with his conspicuous kicks, it gave the idea that Rodriguez was behind going into the last round.

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Most fans had Jung ahead and the judges had the battle at 39-37, 39-37 and 38-38, basically leaving Rodriguez requiring a complete to win.

As the seconds ticked away on the clock, it did not seem as though he would get it – particularly when he and Jung both brought their hands up in kinship just before the ten-second clapper sounded.

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And afterward it occurred. Jung surged forward for one final assault; Rodriguez dodged, and hit him with a no-look upward elbow to the jaw, turning his lights out actually one moment before the last bell sounded.

It was the meaning of grabbing triumph from the jaws of annihilation and right away made a particularly normal 25th-commemoration appear into one that no one will ever overlook. It was an inconceivably insane wrap up.

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