Charles Jourdain wants to start a new Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) contract with his right foot. He defeated the Argentine Marcelo Rojo in the third round and won in a spectacular match, thus successfully completing his mission.
After two common first rounds of attacks, the Quebecers began their third attack with a sense of urgency. He put down his footsteps and pushed Rojo away.
Then, in the third minute, he knocked out the Argentine (16-7) with a powerful backhand. Jourdain is not demanding. When he was on the ground, he seized the opportunity to hurt Rojo.
Rojo usually moves at a weight of 135 pounds. He tried to survive until the end of the battle, but Jourdain came back to complete the job. The body and head were bombed and the referee was forced to stop the game.
“2020 is difficult for me. Charles Jourdain said in an interview with Daniel Cormier on the US network ESPN that I did not win. I intend to succeed this year.
“He (Rojo) hurt me several times and he was dangerous. I realized that even if he accepted the fight at the last minute, he was a reliable opponent.”
In the first two attacks, Jourdain was basically satisfied with a shot in the left leg.
However, Rocho quickly adapted to the game by interrupting Jourdain’s left leg. Fabio Holanda’s goalkeeper paid the price, but he showed resilience, especially in the second round. In particular, he suffered a series of blows, but two TKO MMA championships won them all.
Not to mention the cutter adding ice to the right foot after the first two rounds. We can imagine Jordan getting stiff when he gets up on Sunday morning.
After a draw against Josh Culibao in October last year, Jourdain not only wanted to sign the victory, but also wanted to do it with an exclamation point. The mission has been completed, and it is interesting to see which opponent the UFC will put in front in the next battle.
Quebecian Yohan Lainesse is unbeaten among mixed martial arts professionals this week (6-0). At the award ceremony of the Cage Fury Fighting Championship, he defeated Troy Green by a unanimous decision (29-28x).
Meanwhile, Corinne Laframboise and Xavier Alaoui will return to their cages to participate in the UAE Warriors 18 event, which will be held in Abu Dhabi next Saturday. The bantamweight champion Alaoui will have his first title race.