Moussaoui took 48-48 and 49-46 twice for the patient attack, which pressed Lima early on and took the fight to the ground at crucial moments. The multi-promotion champ regained the title he had lost Rafael Lovato Jr.., Vacated the title in February after suffering a rare brain disorder.
From the start, Moussasi kept Lima as his heels and used a well-rounded attack to rock the points. The fight slowly sank as two fighters threw the same strikes in five rounds. Lima worked at the counter and punished the legs, while Moussasi moved forward and timed the counters.
But to begin with, Moussasi wasted little time using his wrestling. A few leg kicks taxed his first shot, and he eventually settled backwards as Lima reached his arms and knees in the opening frame. Lima fought the trip to the mat, but a good scramble kept Mousasi against the cage, and he quickly went to work with the land and pounds.
The punches and elbows fell on Lima for almost a minute, but he was able to avoid the cut and survived until the first hour.
Mousasi quickly closed the gap in seconds, hoping to reproduce his initial success. He peppered Lima with punches, but this time, he hesitated and paid the price with Lima snacking on counters and heavy leg kicks. With 90 seconds left, he tried for withdrawal and stuffed. The round ended with an excellent competition.
The third frame was mostly the second copy, using the Mousasi pressure he got the response he could have encountered. Lima’s leg kicks often found their target, and in the middle of the frame, he changed things and went after Moussasi. It was a short-term policy, and Mousasi immediately pushed him back. The round ended with Welterweight Champ firing with a large combination.
Moussasi pushed forward for withdrawal in the fourth round and again settled on the back of Lima, kicking the foot before attempting the trip. Lima was overturned, and the two made a jockey for the position before parting. The two continued to snip with leg kicks and jabs as Mousasi pressed the action.
In the final round Lima chose his kick game and for the first time backed Mousasi with his jab. He always threw more than two strikes, and Moussasi eventually caught him off-guard and completed the withdrawal. With just one minute to work, Moussasi mostly scored and scored enough to keep the opponent standing.
If successful over Moussasi, Lima would later become the Warrior’s second two-division champion Ryan Bader Claimed Lightweight and Heavyweight titles. But now, he returns to the drawing board after successfully winning the Warrior Welterweight Grand Prix. Rory McDonald.
Henry Corals Go back to the victory column in the weirdly scored bout
After a pair of setbacks, standout featherweight Henry Corals returned to the winning column with a split decision. Brandon Girtz.
Girtz’s persistent pressure persuaded prominent judge Doug Crosby to shut down in three rounds. But the rest of the scorers, David Peabody and Dave Tyrelli, gave the Correls each frame for 30-27 cards.
Girtz charged and ung putu corals for the fences kept exactly his heels for over 15 minutes. The Corals had a little patience before he started the counters, but they changed the course of the fight.
Combined with a continuous calf kick, Straight Punches went into deep water fighting Girtz’s attacks with minimal impact. When Girtz could not get a withdrawal, his game plan began to slow down.
By the final frame, Girtz’s nose was bleeding from repeated successive shots as the Corrals spent time on his hooks, and he was stunned when a punch slammed home in the final seconds.
Rosta cruise against Guerrero
Prospect Dalton Rosta The moment is gaining momentum in the middleweight segment.
Rosta had to earn more than three rounds of his payment check amount You Gwerder, But controlled the action on foot and on the field, where he threatened to take the back of his opponent and suffocate him.
Rosta unanimously won 30-27 and took their third win as Warrior Pro.
Full Warrior 250 Results:
Gegard Mousasi Def. Douglas Lima by unanimous decision (48-47, 49-46, 49-46)
Henry Corals Def. Brandon Girtz (30-27, 27-30, 30-27) by split decision