UFC 165 Play-by-Play: Mitch Gagnon vs. Dustin Kimura


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Mitch Gagnon vs. Dustin Kimura

Round 1: Gagnon takes the center of the cage.  They exchange leg kicks.  Kimura lands a right hand.  Gagnon works for a takedown and lands a knee but Kimura pushes him away.  Gagnon pressing forward.  He lands a left hand and then goes to the body.  Gagnon lands a combination followed by a left to the body.  Kimura returns fire with a left hand to the body.  Kimura lands a hard left hook to the body of Gagnon and Gagnon is hurt.  Gagnon secures a takedown.  Kimura isolates a leg, but Gagnon defends.  Gagnon lands a hard right hand.  Kimura gets back to his feet.  Gagnon goes to the body with a left hand.  Gagnon steps in with a combination.  Gagnon rips a left hand to the body.  Kimura looks for a takedown.  Gagnon applies a guillotine choke.  He tightens it down and Kimura goes out.  Gagnon wins by submission.

The official time of the submission was 4:05 of the opening round.

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