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UFC 249: Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje Result

UFC 249: Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje Result

Justin Gaethje beat Tony Ferguson in an absolute barnstormer of a main event at UFC 249.

The historic event was held behind closed doors in Jacksonville following the COVID-19 outbreak that forced the original show on April 18 to be cancelled in the first place.

But Dana White's persistence ultimately paid off in the end and after promising a violent slugfest in the headline bout, fans around the world were treated to exactly that between the duo.

Ferguson was coming into the fight on a 12-fight win streak, while Gaethje had picked up 21 victories, including 18 knockouts, from his 23 MMA fights.

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And it was Gaethje, the fourth best ranked lightweight, who emerged victorious to claim the interim UFC lightweight champion and effectively become the number one contender for Khabib Nurmagomedov's title.

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In the biggest fight of his career, 'The Highlight' produced a scintillating performance inside the Octagon and the stoppage came in the fifth and final round when referee Herb Dean decided the valiant Ferguson had taken enough punishment for one night.

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Gaethje had the belt placed around his waist by White but took it off right away because he wanted the real strap that belongs to 28-0 Khabib, who he is desperate to face next.

Topics: Justin Gaethje, UFC News, MMA News, Tony Ferguson, UFC, UFC 249

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