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Calvin Kattar Produces Stunning 'Standing' Elbow Strike To Finish Jeremy Stephens At UFC 249

Calvin Kattar Produces Stunning 'Standing' Elbow Strike To Finish Jeremy Stephens At UFC 249

Calvin Kattar holds the record for the most finishes in the UFC featherweight division since 2017 and he produced an utterly sensational elbow to collect his latest.

In round two of his clash with Jeremy Stephens at UFC 249, Kattar caught his opponent with the most perfect standing elbow strike that put him right on the canvas.

He then followed it with some more brutal elbows on the ground and pound, busting Stephens open and bringing about the swift stoppage for the victory.

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A breathtaking finishing sequence from the Massachusetts fighter, which immediately caused a deep cut on the forehead of Stephens.

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Stephens, best known for being the victim in the classic "Who the fook is that guy?" line Conor McGregor came up with in a press conference, missed weight by 4.5 pounds going into the fight.

And a nightmare weekend continued for the veteran fighter as he ended up being on the receiving end of one of the most devastating finishes in recent memory in UFC.

It was reported that Stephens would be giving 30 per cent of his fight purse to the man who beat him following his failure to make weight.

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Topics: UFC News, UFC, UFC 249

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