UFC 255 Recap: Hear From The Winners And More
UFC 255 took place Saturday night live from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas.
Valentina Shevchenko successfully defended her flyweight title, besting a game Jennifer Maia via decision. Her sister, Antonina, also earned a win on the card.
Check out several of the post-fight interviews from the winners and more from the event in the videos below:
UFC 255 Cold Open
Ron Perlman is back to narrate the cold open for UFC 255 featuring two flyweight title fights. Deiveson Figueiredo faces Alex Perez in the main event for his first UFC title defense, and Valentina Shevchenko clashes with Jennifer Maia in the co-main event.
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UFC flyweight Antonina Shevchenko got her first KO or TKO victory in the UFC via punches late in the second round of her fight with Ariane Lipski at UFC 255.
UFC middleweight Joaquin Buckley scored another impressive knockout win at UFC 255 in his fight with Jordan Wright.
Paul Craig won his rematch with Sogun Rua via TKO in the second round at UFC 255. Craig and Rua had previously fought to a draw last year in Sao Paulo.
Katlyn Chookagian showed why she’s still one of the top contenders in the flyweight division with a dominant performance over Cynthia Calvillo at UFC 255 in Las Vegas.
UFC welterweight Tim Means talks with Joe Rogan after he won his bout with Mike Perry via unanimous decision at UFC 255 on Saturday night.
UFC flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko defended her title for the fourth time with a win over Jennifer Maia in the co-main event of UFC 255. With the win, Shevchenko reached 20 professional MMA victories.
UFC 255 Post-Fight Press Conference
Marc Ratner HOF Announcement
UFC announced that UFC Senior Vice President of Government and Regulatory Affairs, Marc Ratner, has been named to the UFC Hall of Fame class for 2020 as a Contributor. The UFC Hall of Fame Class of 2020 will be officially inducted next year alongside the UFC Hall of Fame Class of 2021.