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UFC 273: Khamzat Chimaev Defeats Gilbert Burns In Thriller

UFC 273: Khamzat Chimaev Defeats Gilbert Burns In Thriller
Khamzat Chimaev of Russia vs Gilbert Burns Of Brazil

Khamzat Chimaev was blowing people out in two weight classes and made it look so effortless that he’d become a cult figure after only four fights in the UFC.

Even though he had to go 15 minutes on Saturday — wouldn’t a five-rounder have been better? — he only added to his legend. On the main card of UFC 273, the 11th-rankedChimaev outslugged the second-ranked Gilbert Burns in a battle for the ages at VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida.

Chimaev’s fame is well-deserved, as he has proven himself to be a formidable opponent. He was felled twice in the second round and took a succession of strong shots throughout the fight, but he won by unanimous decision on all three judges’ cards, scoring 29-28.

Chimaev sprinted out of his corner, threw a powerful right hand, and went for the takedown right away. Burns, though, evaded the right and defended the takedown, unlike in his previous battles.

Chimaev kept switching stances, and in the opening round, he floored Burns with a right punch from the southpaw posture. In the opening round of what will surely be a contender for Fight of the Year, he struck Burns several times.

Burns was bloodied at the end of the first, but he came back in the second and down Chimaev twice, putting him in serious difficulty.

The pace was blistering through the first two rounds, slowing only slightly in the third when the two became exhausted from eating and throwing punches.

Chimaev threw Burns near the cage and smacked him with multiple elbows, but Burns escaped.

As the conflict came to a close, the audience was on its feet.

In a not-so-difficult fight to score, Chimaev won the first and third rounds, while Burns won the second. It was a thrilling and fast-paced fight that proved Chimaev belongs among the top welterweights.

Burns, too, has shown that he is a grittier, tougher, smarter, and more durable veteran who will win more often than not.

These two put on a spectacle that will be remembered for years.

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