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UFC Fight Night Macau: Bisping vs Le Post-Fight Press Conference
The UFC Fight Night 48 card went down today (Sat. Aug 23, 2014) in Macau, China, and was headlined by perennial middleweight contender Michael “The Count” Bisping, as he was scheduled for a five round affair with former Strikeforce champion and Sanshou master Cung Le. Rather one-sided was the main event on the most part, as “The Count” battered Le in to a bloody mess. The end came after a brutal barrage dropped Le, and he was TKOd and ended up a swollen mess on the mat.
The co-main for the evening (morning?) was a welterweight battle between Tyron Woodley and South Korean “Stun Gun” Dong Hyun Kim. “The Chosen One” scored a 61-second TKO against Kim. The #4 Woodley gets right back on the horse after his UFC 174 ;loss to Rory MacDonald, as “Stun Gun” gets his four-fight streak snapped.
The Post-Fight Press Conference should hit your screens right after the main event has gone down, so somewhere around midday 11 AM ET. Join us right here at LowKick.com for the live streaming UFC Fight Night Macau PFPC, courtesy of UFC.com