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Brad Tavares vs Omari Akhmedov #UFC264 Results

Written by Colin Crandall

Photo Credits: MMA Junkie

Action gets underway with both fighters throwing but being slightly
cautious. Things begin to speed up with both fighters throwing bombs.
Each fighter is connecting and hurting each other as the fight progresses. Tavares was knocked down briefly but both fighters managed to absorb the damage and continue on.

Akhmedov has tried to get this fight to the mat on numerous occasions but Tavares’ stout takedown defense has kept this fight on the feet and fought at range.


A leg kick from Tavares drops Akhmedov in the third but Tavares lets him back to his feet. At this point of the fight both fighters are starting to slow down as the pace has been at all-time high.

Both fighters are standing in there going toe to toe looking for the knockout but not coming particularly close. Neither man wants to make a mistake in this one as they know this could be a big win for each one of them.

The pace has substantially slowed down in the final couple minutes of the fight. Akhmedov tries to get this fight to the mat one last time but was easily defended by Tavares.

Tavares knocks Ahmedov’s mouthpiece out briefly while the
referee returned the mouthpiece, action resumes but very slow and
measured by both men.

Akhmedov looking extremely tired and Tavares starts to pour it on him
hurting and looking for the finish. Ahmedov continues bleeding out of his
nose with his mouth open with seconds left as Tavares lands a spinning back
kick. The fight ends with what looks to be a victory by the Hawaiian
Brad Tavares.

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Written by Garrett Kerman

Garrett Kerman, a.k.a. "The Fight Analyst" is one of the leading analysts in all of combat sports. He started his journey into the world of combat sports handicapping in 2017. Garrett is the only combat sports analyst to use analytics to make the most accurate of predictions in the fight game.
Since making the transition over to analyzing combat sports full time in 2017 The Fight Analyst has made his clients $21,244 with not one losing year over that time.

Garrett Joined the MMA Power Hour team as a full time contributor in audio/ video podcasts and as a journalist who specializes in predictions.

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