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UFC 165′s John Makdessi Always Goes For The Knockout
John Makdessi returned to action at UFC 165, scoring an impressive first round knockout victory against Renee Forte. Makdessi scored his third win on the bounce with lastnight’s victory, his eighth knockout victory from 12 wins. The Bull improves to 12-2 and is looking like a serious force at Lightweight.
The Canadian knockout artist will likely be looking at a step up in competition next time around, he looked very sharp against Forte in Toronto. Team Tristar has another hot prospect rising through the ranks, and it could be bad news for any Lightweight’s with suspect jaws.
Check out Makdessi’s post fight interview, courtesy of MMAFighting.com, and stay tuned to Lowkick!