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UFC Noche: Flyweight Championship Rematch Ends in Split-Draw

Read about the thrilling Flyweight championship rematch between Alexa Grasso and Valentina Shevchenko at UFC Noche. Discover the winners, losers, and standout performances from the event.

Fight Result
Alexa Grasso vs. Valentina Shevchenko Split-Draw
Jack Della Maddalena vs. Kevin Holland Split-Decision

Raul Rosas Jr. emerged as the biggest winner of the night with an impressive victory, while Charlie Campbell made a memorable debut. Valentina Shevchenko, despite not losing the fight, couldn’t reclaim her title. Read more about the thrilling UFC Noche event here.

UFC Noche took place last night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event featured a highly anticipated women’s Flyweight championship rematch between Alexa Grasso and Valentina Shevchenko. However, the fight ended in a split-draw, leaving Grasso as the reigning champion.

In the co-main event, Jack Della Maddalena narrowly defeated Kevin Holland via split-decision. It was a hard-fought battle that showcased the skill and determination of both fighters.

Raul Rosas Jr.: The Biggest Winner

One of the standout performances of the night came from Raul Rosas Jr. The 18-year old fighter needed a statement win after his previous loss, and he delivered just that. Rosas Jr. showcased his power and technique, knocking down Terrence Mitchell with a devastating left hook and finishing the fight with ground and pound. His impressive victory earned him a $50,000 bonus and caught the attention of Conor McGregor.

Charlie Campbell: The Runner Up

Charlie Campbell made a memorable debut in his first-ever UFC fight. Known as ‘The Cannibal,’ Campbell made quick work of his opponent, Alex Reyes, with a knockout victory. Campbell’s performance earned him both his ‘show’ and ‘win’ money, as well as a $50,000 post-bonus award.

Valentina Shevchenko: The Biggest Loser

While Valentina Shevchenko didn’t lose the fight, she didn’t reclaim her title either. The split-draw decision resulted in Alexa Grasso retaining her belt. Shevchenko expressed her disappointment, suggesting that the judges may have been influenced by the event being dedicated to Mexican Independence Day. It remains uncertain if Shevchenko will have a chance for a trilogy fight or if she will face a fresh challenge in her next title defense.

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