Sean Strickland dominates Uriah Hall in unanimous decision for 5th win in a row


There’s nothing flashy about it Sean Stricklandunless you count the punches he flashes relentlessly in his opponent’s face.

Strickland won his fifth fight in a row on Saturday night, overwhelming Uria Hall with five rounds of aggression and non-stop punch output to win a lopsided unanimous decision in the middleweight main event of UFC Fight Night in Las Vegas.
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Strickland (24-3) controlled the fight from the start and never allowed Hall – who? is flashy – to get started. Strickland walked out of his corner as the fight started and never stopped moving forward. He threw 129 punches in round 1, landed 38, and that set the tone.

Strickland, a 30-year-old from Corona, California, hurt Hall badly in both the third and fourth rounds, and a finish seemed up for grabs. Hall, a Jamaican fighting out of New York, managed to survive. But that was all. The spinning kicks that filled his career highlight reel were nowhere to be seen.

The judges went hard for Strickland, with scores of 50-44, 50-45 and 49-46.

“Five laps was a bit of fun,” Strickland said. “You know, the last round is always the most fun. You get so tired, you don’t care about getting hit.”

That’s Strickland’s attitude. And despite having the longest winning streak of his career, he has no ambition for upward mobility in the 185-pound division.

“I don’t care. I just want to fight,” he said. ‘I want to fight. I want to make money.’

Then Strickland pointed to the “UFC” on the mat. “As long as there’s that logo under my feet and I’m fighting, I’m happy. Oh my god, it gives me purpose. Without the UFC I’d probably be cooking meth and in jail.”

Hall (17-10), who was fighting on his 37th birthday, also went into the night with a four-fight winning streak.

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