Well, this fight was all Tony Ferguson. He hurt him at the beginning of the fight, the middle of the fight and almost submitted him when the knockout was not there. Ferguson was the definition of dimension. He looked for an arm bar, darce choke in this fight, but could not get it. He landed a big right hand that put Kikuno to sleep in the first round. Official result: Tony Ferguson def. Katsunori Kikuno by TKO at 4:06, R1
Tony Ferguson (14-3) He has eight knockouts, 4 submissions and 2 decision victories, while he has been submitted once in his MMA career. Prior to joining the UFC he was on a three fight winning streak. He made his UFC debut against Ramsey Nijem which he won via knockout at UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 13 Finale on Jun / 04 / 2011. He beat Aaron Riley via TKO at UFC 135 – Jones vs. Rampage on Sep / 24 / 2011 and then Yves Edwards via unanimous decision at UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale on Dec / 03 / 2011. He lost to Michael Johnson via unanimous decision at UFC on Fox 3 – Diaz vs. Miller on May / 05 / 2012. In his last fight he beat Mike Rio via Brabo Choke at UFC 166 – Velasquez vs. dos Santos 3 on Oct / 19 / 2013.
Katsunori Kikuno (22-5) He has 12 knockouts, 2 submissions and 8 decision victories while he has only been submitted once and never knocked out. Prior to joining the UFC he was on a five fight winning streak. He made his UFC debut against and beat Quinn Mulhern via unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night – Saffiedine vs. Lim on Jan / 04 / 2014.