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Valentina Shevchenko was one of the biggest favorites in UFC title history and defended her belt with a highlight-reel finish for the ages . Shevchenko (17-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC ) took out challenger Jessica Eye (14-7 MMA, 4-6 UFC ) with a stunning and massive left kick to the head early in the second round.
CHICAGO -was one of the biggest favorites in UFC title fight history, and she defended her belt with a highlight-reel finish for the ages.
Shevchenko (17-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC) took out challenger(14-7 MMA, 4-6 UFC) with a stunning and massive left kick to the head early in the second round. The kick left Eye out cold on the canvas for several minutes while cageside doctors attended to her. When she finally sat back up, it was to cheers from the fans that she was OK.
But the bigger cheers were for Shevchenko's first defense of her women's flyweight title as a favorite of roughly 14-1. The end came at the 0:26 mark of the second round after a dominant first for the champion.
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UFC 238 results : Valentina Shevchenko knocks out Jessica Eye with head kick for the ages . Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports. CHICAGO – Valentina Shevchenko was one of the biggest favorites in UFC title fight history, and she defended her belt with a highlight-reel finish for the ages .
In the UFC 238 co-main event, Valentina Shevchenko successfully defended her UFC flyweight crown for the first time in emphatic fashion, knocking out No. 1 contender Jessica Eye in the second round. Shevchenko ’s opening body kicks landed with a thud, immediately getting Eye ’s attention.
The women's flyweight title bout was the co-main event of Saturday's UFC 238 show at United Center in Chicago. It aired on pay-per-view following prelims on ESPN and UFC Fight Pass/ESPN+.
Eye took the center of the cage and immediately fired off a couple punches. Shevchenko answered with a body kick, then another. Eye looked like she wanted to end the fight with one big punch and whiffed on a right hand. Then Shevchenko ducked under another, clinched Eye up around the waist and dragged her to the canvas 45 seconds into the fight. Shevchenko went to work on the ground in half-guard while Eye defended from her back.
Shevchenko wasn't able to do much damage from up top, though she twice worked her way to side control. And once Eye was able to get back to her feet, Shevchenko again took her down. Shevchenko locked up an armbar late in the round, but Eye rolled out of it to get to the second.
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CHICAGO - Valentina Shevchenko was one of the biggest favorites in UFC title fight history, and she defended her belt with a highlight-reel finish for the ages . Shevchenko (17-3 MMA, 6-2 UFC ) took out challenger Jessica Eye (14-7 MMA, 4-6 UFC ) with a stunning and massive left kick to the head early
UFC women's flyweight world champion Valentina Shevchenko scored one of the most spectacular knockout wins ever seen in a womens' UFC fight as she finished challenger Jessica Eye with a devastating head kick KO. Shevchenko dominated the first round of her contest against Eye then
Shevchenko landed a solid kick to the body early in the second. And a moment later, with Eye moving in, Shevchenko threw a left head kick that drilled Eye perfectly in the side of the face. Eye fell to the canvas in slow motion, out cold well before she hit the mat. Her head bounced off the canvas for good measure. Shevchenko knew to not dive in for any more damage after one of the biggest highlight-reel finishes in UFC history.
Up-to-the-minute UFC 238 results include:
Valentina Shevchenko def. Jessica Eye via knockout (head kick) - Round 2, 0:26
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A native of Kyrgyzstan, Shevchenko finished Jessica Eye via head - kick knockout at 26 seconds of Round 2 in the co-main Not only did Eye (14-7, 1 NC) catch Shevchenko 's left shin flush on her forehead, the back of Eye 's head bounced on the canvas as she fell back and was knocked out cold.
Valentina Shevchenko absolutely destroyed Jessica Eye Saturday night at UFC 238 . Shevchenko , who is from Kyrgyzstan, ended the fight in the I’m not going to say the kick made my stomach sick, but I’m also not going to say it didn’t. What an absolute crazy moment for the UFC and Dana White.
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