Thiago "Marreta" Santos - All UFc Highlights/Knockout/Momentsᴴᴰ
Thiago "Marreta" Santos - All UFC Highlights/Knockout/Momentsᴴᴰ 144,620 views ..... youtube tv or youtubetv.org Kelvin Gastelum entered this fight with a pro mma record of 15-3-0 and he is ranked as the No.4 middleweight in the world. His opponent, the undefeated former Glory kickboxing fighter Israel Adesanya, has a perfect record of 16-0-0 (81% ko/tko victory rate – he has never won via submission) and he entered as the No.7 in the same weight class. In January 2013, it was announced that Gastelum was selected for The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen. To get into the TUF house, Gastelum defeated Kito Andrews by decision. During the choosing of teams, he was picked last by Chael Sonnen for Team Sonnen. In the quarterfinals, Gastelum would take on Collin Hart. He won the fight via first round knockout. In the semifinals, Gastelum fought Josh Samman. He won via first round rear naked choke, and advanced to the tournament finals. Gastelum faced teammate Uriah Hall in the finals at the Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale. Gastelum won the fight via split decision to win the Ultimate Fighter 17, becoming the youngest winner in the show's history at 21 years old and earned a UFC contract. After the victory, Gastelum announced he would be moving down a weight class to compete in the UFC 's welterweight division In July 2018 the UFC announced that Gastelum and Robert Whittaker selected as coaches for Ultimate Fighter 28  On November 2, 2018, it was announced that Gastelum was scheduled to face Whittaker for the middleweight title on February 9, 2019 at UFC 234. However, Whittaker pulled out of the event a few hours prior and forced to undergo emergency dual surgery later in the day due to an abdominal hernia of the instestine and a twisted and collapsed bowel. Gastelum faced Israel Adesanya last April 13, 2019 at UFC 236 for the interim UFC Middleweight championship. He lost the fight via unanimous decision in a back an forth fight. This fight earned him the Fight of the Night award. Adesanya made his professional debut in 2012. Fighting in Hong Kong, Australia and China over the next five-and-a-half years, he amassed a record of 11-0 with all wins coming via KO/TKO prior to being signed by the UFC. Israel Adesanya faced Brad Tavares on July 6, 2018, at The Ultimate Fighter 27 Finale. Adesanya won the one-sided fight via unanimous decision.This win earned him the Performance of the Night award. Adesanya faced Anderson Silva on February 10, 2019, at UFC 234. He won the fight via unanimous decision. This fight earned him the Fight of the Night award. In their fight Gastelum moved quickly to the center 0f the ring at the start of the fight, while Adesanya was content to study from range. A few hard kicks and punches just touched the mark for Adesanya before Gastelum rushed forward with a pair of leaping power punches that missed. Gastelum looked comfortable in the pocket with Adesanya, and his left hand did land clean, leaving his opponent off-balance for a few tense steps away from the fence. Adesanya continued to be the more accurate striker with his flicking shots, but Gastelum was finding the mark on occasion with his powerful blows. Adesanya’s movement made him avoid Gastelum’s biggest shots, but he certainly wasn’t untouchable. With the fight seemingly in the balance in the final round, the crowd was on their feet. Gastelum was incredibly aggressive again to open, but Adesanya shifted left and stayed out of trouble. Adesanya chopped the leg and then delivered a few straight punches that landed clean, but Gastelum would not go away. Gastelum continued to stalk from the center before shooting inside and looking for the takedown. Adesanya countered with a guillotine, but Gastelum slipped out of it after several very tense moments. As they hit the floor, Gastelum slipped to the top, but Adesanya threatened with a triangle choke and then an armbar in an amazing scramble. Gastelum pulled free, and the two returned to the feet. On the restart, Adesanya went to work, peppering his opponent with heavy punches to the face. Gastelum absorbed them all and swung back, but it was clear the strikes were having an effect. Adesanya’s quick punches continued to score, and Gastelum failed on a takedown attempt. With time winding down, Gastelum moved forward. However, it was Adesanya’s punches that were true, and he again dropped his opponent with a little more than a minute remaining. Gastelum refused to go away that easily, crawling to his feet and looking to attack. However, Adesanya was there to deliver more damage, bloodying Gastelum and sending him crashing to the canvas. Gastelum stood once again, but Adesanya was unrelenting and dropped him once again, finishing the final round with a barrage of punches on the floor. In the end, Adesanya was awarded the decision win and the interim title with scores of 48-46 across the board.