POLL: Who Deserves “Finish Of The Night” From TUF: Nations Finale?

Overall, The Ultimate Fighter: Nations Finale turned out to be another great event for the UFC, delivering some top quality fights.

TUF: Nations Finale took place at the Colisee Pepsi arena in Qubec City, Quebec, Canada and featured a main event between middleweights Michael Bisping and Tim Kennedy.

I never made a poll for Saturdays “Finsh of the Night” winner at UFC Fight Night 39 but, in my opinion, it easily had to go to Roy Nelson for knocking Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira out cold in the cards main event.

For me, the second most “impressive” finish had to go to Ramsey Nijem who took out the unbeaten Beneil Dariush after a brutal assault in the very first round.

There were four finishes from last nights action, with two knockouts and two TKO’s. Ryan Jimmo and K.J Noons stopped Sean O’Connell and Sam Stout respectively with vicious first round KO’s. While Dustin Poirer followed by Elias Theodorou took home TKO finishes over Akira Corrasani and Sheldon Westcott.

There were no submission finishes at last nights event.

Cast your votes below for who you think had the best stoppage and check out the results for this Wednesday’s “Finish of the Night” winner:


2 Comments

  1. Profile photo of TheXperience

    TheXperience

    April 17, 2014 at 12:05 pm

    I voted KJ cause Stout had never been KO's before, he's tough as fuck and that punch just knocked him into UFC 300, where he was fighting the ref'. Second had to be Jimmo. I mean look at how he KO'd that guy it was VICIOUS. Poirier and Elias did a great job too (I'm very very VERY impressed with Elias at this point and can't wait to see what he will do against some top guys), but surely they did not deserve finish of the night. As matter of fact TKO's rarely trump KO's in my book .

    • Profile photo of falcon4917

      falcon4917

      April 17, 2014 at 3:44 pm

      Same here. I am also really happy for KJ. That dud is better than his record and just like BJ KJ has been messing around too much with weight and fitness to show what he's really capable of. Last time I saw him that sharp was when he was making Diaz look like a useless striker in their first fight

You must be logged in to post a comment Login

Leave a Reply