Jessica Andrade Submits Amanda Lemos With A Beautiful and Never Seen Submission in UFC

Jessica Andrade Submits Amanda Lemos With A Beautiful and Never Seen Submission in UFC
Jessica Andrade, via Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC
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As if the UFC didn’t want to compete with the competition this weekend and offered an event that stayed in the shadow of some others, especially when it comes to boxing between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte. The British heavyweights ended up disappointing with their fight, while the not-so-attractive UFC event offered a few good moves.

Jessica Andrade (23-9-0, 14-7 UFC) defeated Amanda Lemos (11-2-1, 5-2 UFC) by “submission” in the first round. It is a specific victory, more precisely a move. Namely, the former champion of the fly category celebrated with the “arm-triangle” choke, but from a standing position! No such move has ever been seen within the UFC and Andrade has successfully returned to the straw category.

 

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“My coach and I realized earlier that this was a move that could pass and we worked on it. Once I locked him up, I said to myself, ‘OK,’ I’ll stay in that position and finish the match,” Andrade said after the match, explaining how she came up with the idea for the move.

It is the second victory in a row for Jessica Andrade, while a series of five consecutive victories for Amanda Lemos has just ended.

In the title fight of the evening, 26-year-old Peruvian Claudio Puelles successfully crossed the hurdle in the form of veteran Clay Guide. “Kneebar” in the first round, Puelles forced Guido to surrender and thus came to the fifth consecutive celebration. Guida suffered his 22nd defeat in his 59th professional match after a win against Leonardo Santos in December last year.

As many as seven fights ended in the first round, but the opening one was in a somewhat unfortunate way. Dean Barry dominated the fight against Mike Jackson, but during one of the exchanges, there was a stab in Jackson’s eye. The American fighter could not continue and win by disqualifying Dean Barry.

Tyson Pedro returned to fighting after nearly three and a half years of absence, and by knockout in the first round, he stopped Ikea Villanueva.

The bonuses for best performance were won by the aforementioned Jessica Andrade and Claudio Puelles, and an additional $ 50,000 for participating in the best fight of the evening went to Sergey Khandozhko and Dwight Grant. In that fight, Khandozhko celebrated with a technical knockout in the second round.

Read the complete results of the event at the bottom of the text.

UFC Fight Night 205 – results:

The main part of the event:

Jessica Andrade def. Amanda Lemos via submission (standing arm-triangle choking) – R1, 03:13

Claudio Puelles def. Clay Guida via submission (kneebar) – R1, 03:01

Maycee Barber def. Montana De La Rosa via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)

Charles Jourdain def. Lando Vannata via submission (guillotine) – R1, 02:32

Marc-Andre Barriault def. Jordan Wright via submission (guillotine) – R1, 02:36

Preliminary part of the event:

Sergey Khandozhko def. Dwight Grant via TKO – R2, 04:15

Tyson Pedro def. Ike Villanueva via TKO – R1, 04:55

Qileng Aori def. Cameron Else via TKO – R1, 02:48

Preston Parsons def. Evan Elder via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-27, 30-27)

Philipe Lins def. Marcin Prachnio via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)

Mike Jackson def. Dean Barry via disqualification (eye sting) – R1, 3:52

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