CES 57

 
Victory at CES 57

Victory at CES 57

First of all, thanks for those who supported me and were excited for this fight. I couldn’t finish, but brought W home Boston again! This dominant win made me more confident and believe in my coach and teammates more than ever. Well, we all know what it is. Yes, KEEP GOING! Thanks for all support. Here is my shout out and fight review.

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Matsuda came running to the center to meet his opponent. Almy landed a strong leg kick, followed by a missed combo from Matsuda. Matsuda attempted another combo, this one landed clean dropping Almy with a left hook. Almy was quick to regain composure and got back on his feet. Matsuda again overpowered Almy and landed some clean jabs to the head followed by a leaping head kick which was blocked, but was felt by Almy. Matsuda grappled and landed some knees to close out round one.

Left Hook by Tateki

Left Hook by Tateki

Our first second round of the main card, we opened with a glove touch. Matsuda was throwing a lot of jabs and faints. Sneaking in his shots, but Almy had gained the respect of the UFC veteran. Matsuda landed a takedown early and took the back of Almy. Unloading with elbows, Almy was in a tough position. Although unleashing punches on his opponent, Matsuda was unable to get the finish in the closing seconds of round two.

dominant ground work by Tateki

dominant ground work by Tateki

Round three, Almy threw a big underhand shot that just missed. Matsuda was going back to his leg kick strategy a bit in round three. Almy seemed to be the more relaxed fighter in round three, but both men were showing off some intense cardio. Still going strong with some round leg kicks, Matsuda began throwing some heavy punches. Almy landed a heavy right and shot for a takedown which was stuffed. Matsuda turns it into top control for his own positioning. We closed this one out, to the judges it went. Matsuda took home the win on the scorecards.

30-27 unanimous decision win by Tateki

30-27 unanimous decision win by Tateki

 
 
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