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Excessive blood makes the cage dangerous



Cage Warriors 106 is called "Night of the Champions," but perhaps better suited as "Night of Drama," as the UK-based MMA promotion has played a remarkable night of action that produces some spectacular – and unusual – Results at Eventim Apollo in London.

Nobody is more unique than what we saw at the main event when it protects champion middle-class Ross Houston and interim champion Nikola Dalby in the blood war that ended. when it was announced that there was no competition from Judge Mark Goddard.

At the start of the round, Houston (8-0) is associated with the elbow that leaves Dalby (1

7-3-1) with an unpleasant wound over his left temple. But after some precious work at the corner between the circles of the knife, the leaking blood was triggered and the incision was appropriately closed so that the doctor could cope with Lokomotivo to continue.

In the second round, a huge right cross from the Danes left Houston with a broken nose, which also began to bleed. This leads to remarkable scenes when the canvas of the cell has become a blood-red color, both fighters trying to attach themselves to an increasingly slippery surface.

Both men bleed heavily and the action grew ever more farce when the third round unfolded, Goddard called the suspension of action and dismissed the fight as indisputable. This meant that the two men kept their titles and they both agreed that the revenge was in order, and whether offered to fight the upcoming UFC map in Copenhagen.

The couple then celebrated / sympathized with each other at the top of the cage as the night came to a strange end. But it was not the only landmark in the overcrowded night of battles.

Herbert radiates heat claiming a light leash

Light Birmingham Jay Herbert stepped to the sign in some style to finish the other British light jack. Grant in battle with thrill-minute in the night joint event. Grant (15-5) looked to mix his impression with attempts to dismount, but found the work of Herbert (9-1) and the slippery stands. to handle. Herbert's striking gaze looked all the way through the battle, as he struggled with a series of heavy blows that ultimately put the final in the third round.

When it came, the final was decisive, as Birmingham was being charged with power, forcing his man to face his face, then ending him with strikes against the cage until the judge went in for further punishment for Grant .