The UFC returns is back at it again, tonight March 13th when Leon Edwards will headline the event against fellow welterweight Belal Muhammad inside the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A ranked light-heavyweight affair between No. 11 Misha Cirkunov and No. 13 Ryan Spann will serve as the co-main event of the evening.
In a rescheduled light heavyweight from December, Misha Cirkunov and Ryan “Superman” Spann will finally face off inside the octagon.
Cirkunov, who is 6-3 in the UFC is coming off an impressive first-round Peruvian necktie over Jimmy Crute last September. Tonight, he hopes to keep the momentum rolling with two wins in a row.
DWCS veteran, Ryan “Superman” Spann was on an impressive 8 fight win streak before his last bout against Johnny Walker. With an official 4-1 UFC record, “Superman” looks to get back in the win column tonight with an impressive performance against Misha Cirkunov.
Here is how the light heavyweight bout between Misha Cirkunov and Ryan “Superman” Spann went down at UFC Fight Night 187, including round-by-round scoring. For full event results, check them out right here.
Cirkunov lands a leg kick to start the contest. Spann looks for a right hand early. Both fighters trade momentarily. Cirkunov fires an inside leg kick that lands low, causing a brief halt to the contest. Cirkunov fires a jab, missing its mark while Spann lands a counter straight right landing right on the button. Corkunov drops to the canvas and Spann jumps on him to finish the job. Cirkunov does a decent job avoiding immediate damage so Spann decides to abort and stand his hurt opponent back up. With blood in the water, Spann charges Cirkunov and lands another hard punch that puts Cirkunov down again. Spann pounces on him with hammerfists until the referee calls a halt to the contest.
Official Result: Ryan “Superman” Spann wins via TKO at 1:11 into round 1.
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