The main event of UFC Fight Night 200 featured a five-round chess match between No. 6 rated Jack Hermansson and No. 7 ranked Sean Strickland in the Octagon. Hermansson unleashed punches and attempted takedowns, but Strickland’s outstanding defense stopped him. Strickland stuffed every takedown and restricted Hermansson’s punch landing rate at barely 15%, thus Hermansson’s grappling was useless.
Eric Nicksick, Sean Strickland’s coach, was making sure his pupil was having a good time in the octagon.
Sean Strickland Did Not Perform As Well
The main event at UFC Vegas 47 did not include a highlight-worthy finish from Strickland. He did, however, maintain control for the majority of the fight. Strickland did an excellent job of rocking Jack Hermansson all night with his deadly punches. Overall, ‘Tarzan’ controlled the stand-up fight, earning a split decision victory over Hermansson.
Middleweight contenders clashed in the main event of UFC Fight Night 200, as No. 6 rated Jack Hermansson and No. 7 ranked Sean Strickland battled it out in the Octagon for five rounds of fights.
Eric Nicksick kept guiding and cheering his pupil. There was never a dull moment during the game. It was action-packed.
Strickland’s main event performance at UFC Vegas 47 did not result in a highlight-reel finish. For the most part, he was able to maintain control. Strickland shocked Jack Hermansson all night with his deadly punches. Overall, ‘Tarzan’ won the stand-up fight by a split decision against Hermansson.
Regardless, it was Strickland’s sixth octagon victory in a row. The 30-year-old is a middleweight to watch out for, and it will be intriguing to see who he fights next.