Marc Diakiese (15-5), once a lightweight in the UFC, took on Viacheslave Borshev (6-1), just making his second UFC appearance, at UFC Fight Night 205 in Columbus, Ohio.
Marc and Viacheslave are both known for their extremely amazing hitting techniques. Marc is known for his bold display, often accompanied by stunning kicks and spins, while Viachelsave takes time to square off with his opponent but is also known for ending all but one of his fights in a knockout.
As expected, Diakeses immediately took the octagon by storm in the first round. He immediately fires at his opponent while Diakeses tries to push Borshchev against the fences. What followed after that was Borshchev being relentlessly put down while being subjected to Diakeiese’s combination of punches from time to time. Unsurprisingly, Borshchev was already on the mat after two minutes.
Round two was no different. Onlookers saw Diakese Borshchev raining down punches as he attempted to bring the latter down with a rear waist lock. All along it seemed as if Broschev was calculating when to make his move.
In Round 3, a tired Borshchev was exposed to Diakiese’s rear waist lock in a high amplitude takedown. Borshchev definitely lost by unanimous decision to Diakiese with no sign of dominance.
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Marc Diakiese catches up with Viacheslave Borshev
Before today’s encounter with Viacheslave Borshev, Marc Diakiese once had an immaculate record of 12-0. However, he then lost five of his next seven, including his fight against Dan Hooker, Nasrat HaqparastHis most recent defeat was against Rafael Alves, which came last November and marked the second time Diakiese was terminated.
Currently, that match puts Marc’s UFC record at 6-5, while Borshev got his first experience of losing after successfully showing off Dakota Bush earlier this year.
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