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UFC 260 outcomes: Francis Ngannou KO’s Stipe Miocic, ends up being brand-new baddest male in the world

Stipe Miocic was the baddest male in the world heading into Saturday night’s occasion at The Peak in Las Vegas. Now that the UFC 260 outcomes remain in, there is a brand-new baddest male in the world. UFC 260 outcomes: Francis Ngannou lands harsh KO Francis Ngannou revealed huge enhancement in his ability and his method in getting Stipe Miocic at UFC 260. It appeared from the opening bell that Ngannou wasn’t going to let himself lose by running out of gas. Ngannou, combating more patiently than ever, landed a substantial punch in the very first couple minutes of the battle, however Miocic consumed it. Miocic then chose a takedown, however Ngannou packed it and pounded Miocic with some heavy punches prior to they went back to the center of the Octagon. Ngannou split Miocic with a kick to the head. Having actually landed a number of huge shots early, however not putting Miocic away, Ngannou combated wisely for the rest of the round, determining his effort and not rejecting all of his fuel in the early minutes of the battle. Miocic appeared off kilter, bewaring to prevent Ngannou’s power. Ngannou’s persistence in the preliminary settled in the 2nd. He once again began with a determined method, however rapidly captured Miocic with a stiff left cross that sent him reeling. Ngannou chased him, discharging with many punches, however didn’t burn himself out. Miocic attempted to fire back, however Ngannou captured him with a brief left hook that sent out Miocic falling in reverse over folded legs. And much like, Francis Ngannou, who actually combated his method through the wilds to make it from his house nation of Cameroon to Europe, is the brand-new UFC heavyweight champ of the world. “It feels so amazing. I’m working to the greatness,” Ngannou stated in stating originating from a background of difficulties, of individuals questioning him, and a guarantee he made to himself to end up being something terrific. “There is a huge feeling of satisfaction.” UFC 260 outcomes: Francis Ngannou knocks out Stipe Miocic to end up being heavyweight champ UFC 260 outcomes: Vicente Luque upsets Tyron Woodley, calls out Nate Diaz Coming off of succeeding losses to Kamaru Usman, Gilbert Burns, and Colby Covington, previous UFC champ Tyron Woodley required a win versus Vicente Luque at UFC 260. He didn’t get it. Woodley began quick, hurrying throughout the cage, however Luque protected well. Woodley then changed to his old method of ripping right-hand men, attempting to rip Luque’s avoid. He linked, staggering Luque, and kept after him. However simply when it appeared that Woodley may score the substantial knockout that he’d been searching for, Luque split him with a right-hand man, sending out Woodley to the canvas. Returning to his feet, Woodley tried to throw bombs, but his legs were made of rubber. Luque kept after him, connecting with numerous shots, sending Woodley down again. This time Luque shifted gears and went for a submission, eventually forcing Woodley to tap out to a D’arce choke. It was a huge win for Luque, who not only defeated a former UFC welterweight champion, but also propelled himself into the upper echelon of the division. “He took a little of my balance away with the overhand right, but man, I have a hard chin,” said Luque before zeroing in on his next opponent. “I want to take this time to call out Nate Diaz. I called him out in the past and he didn’t respond. I think Nate is the perfect fight, let’s go.” UFC 260 results: Vicente Luque cracks Tyron Woodley and submits him UFC 260 results: Sean O’Malley finishes with a sugar-sweet knockout “Suger” Sean O’Malley got some of his sweetness back with an important victory over Thomas Almeida on Saturday night. Coming off of the first loss of his career, O’Malley wanted to get back on track and erase memories of his loss to Marlon “Chito” Vera. O’Malley started catching fire in the first couple minutes of the fight, landing a spinning back kick to the midsection and following with a straight punch to the chin. A short time later, O’Malley kicked Almeida and dropped him to the canvas with a right hand. He started to walk off, but the referee didn’t stop the fight. Almeida got up. O’Malley caught him with another kick, but the Brazilian marched through it. He fought back, eating another head kick toward the end of the round, but his chin held. O’Malley lit him up with punches as round two go underway. Almeida had a difficult time bridging O’Malley’s range, but found some success with low kicks. All the while, O’Malley continued to attack with front kicks to the body and stinging jabs. O’Malley opened the final frame with a brutal low kick that nearly took Almeida’s legs out from under him, but he almost made the same mistake in the final round as he did in the first. As the round wore on, O’Malley landed a short left hand that sent Almeida to the canvas. O’Malley started to walk off again, but Almeida rolled to his back, the referee again maintaining his distance. This time, O’Malley quickly realized the fight wasn’t being stopped, stepped over Almeida, and dropped a bomb of a right hand to close the fight with a knockout. “That dude is legit. He’s a tough dude,” O’Malley said when questioned about missing out on the finish in the first round. “I only get 15 minutes to perform, maybe a couple times a year. When I get in there, I gotta do something sweet.” UFC 260 results: Sean O’Malley knocks out Thomas Almeida UFC 260 results: Miranda Maverick outworks Gillian Robertson Miranda Maverick scored her fifth consecutive victory, her second in the Octagon, by routing Gillian Robertson. The fight started slowly, but Maverick began to hit her stride, scoring a huge takedown toward the end of the first round. Maverick seemed to continue the momentum as the second frame got underway, but Robertson took the fight to the canvas, dominating on the ground for the majority of the round. Maverick escaped to her feet in the final minute of the frame and landed several heavy shots trying to nullify Robertson’s ground work. In the final round, Maverick stormed Robertson, dominating on the feet and taking her to the canvas. Maverick ground and pounded Robertson while on the canvas, never allowing her a chance to mount any offense as the fight went to the final horn. When the scorecards were read, Maverick took a unanimous decision with two of the three judges awarding her all three rounds. One judge scored the bout in her favor 29-28. UFC 260 results: Miranda Maverick dominates Gillian Robertson UFC 260 results: Jamie Mullarkey drops Khama Worthy The UFC 260 pay-per-view opened with a bang thanks to Australia’s Jamie Mullarkey. Simply as the bout was getting underway, Mullarkey stepped in and feinted with a right hand. Worthy bit on the fake and Mullarkey split him with a left hook that sent him face first onto the canvas. Mullarkey immediately dropped down to land a few more blows, however the referee was already waving it off as a knockout at the 46-second mark of the first round. UFC 260 outcomes: Jamie Mullarkey defeats Khama Worthy RELATED > UFC 260 Live Results: Miocic vs. Ngannou UFC 260 Live Results UFC 260 Main Card Heavyweight Bout: Francis Ngannou def Stipe Miocic by KO (punch) at 0:52, R2Welterweight Bout: Vicente Luque def Tyron Woodley by submission (D’arce choke) 3:56, R1Bantamweight Bout: Sean O’Malley def Thomas Almeida by KO (punch) at 3:52, R3Women’s Flyweight Bout: Miranda Radical def Gillian Robertson by unanimous choice (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)Lightweight Bout: Jamie Mullarkey def Khama Worthwhile by KO (punches) 0:46, R1 UFC 260 Prelims Light Heavyweight Bout: Alonzo Menifield def Fabio Cherant by submission (Von Flue choke) at 1:11, R1Welterweight Bout: Abubakar Nurmagomedov def Jared Gooden by consentaneous choice (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)Light Heavyweight Bout: Michal Oleksiejczuk def Modestas Bukauskas by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)Featherweight Bout: Omar Morales def Shane Young by consentaneous choice (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) UFC 260 Early Prelim Middleweight Bout: Marc-Andre Barriault def Abu Azaitar by TKO (punches) at 4:56, R3 > Have a look at MMAWeekly.com’s complete UFC 260 video protection on YouTube!

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.