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Cody Gibson Get’s Rough TKO Stoppage At UFC Fight Night 44

Andrew Ravens

Johnny Bedford

This will be the most talked about fight from this event due to the referee stoppage. Read the play-by-play for more on that:

Round 1: Bedford with a double up jab, Gibson fires away, they clinch, now Bedford hits a flying knee, but Gibson hits a big uppercut and this one is over. The crowd boos and this is a horrible decision.

Result: ody Gibson def. Johnny Bedford via TKO (strikes) – Round 1, 0:38

Cody Gibson has 4 knockouts, 3 submissions and 4 decision victories, he has been submitted twice and lost by decision twice.

Prior to joining the UFC he was on a six fight winning streak. He made his UFC debut against Aljamain Sterling and lost the fight at UFC 170 – Rousey vs. McMann on Feb / 22 / 2014.

Johnny Bedford has 7 knockouts, 8 submissions and 4 decision victories while he has been knocked out once, submitted nine times in his MMA career. In his four fights prior to joining the UFC he was 3-1. Since making his UFC debut he is 2-1-1. He made his UFC debut against which he won via TKO at UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 14 Finale on Dec / 03 / 2011 and then beat Marcos Vinicius Borges Pancini via knockout at The Ultimate Fighter 16 Finale on Dec / 15 / 2012.

He lost to Bryan Caraway via Guillotine Choke at UFC 159 – Jones vs. Sonnen on Apr / 27 / 2013 and then had a no contest against Rani Yahya at UFC Fight Night – Minotauro vs. Nelson on Apr / 11 / 2014.


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