UFC 249 live: updates, results, Ngannou KO, how to watch, stream, Tony Ferguson vs Justin Gaethje



Francis Ngannou ended the hype Jairzinho Rozenstruik in just twenty seconds at UFC 249 on Sunday.

The organization’s scariest puncher turned off the lights with a massive left hand that heaped Rozenstruik against the cage.

Ngannou entered this match after finishing his previous three fights in a total of 142 seconds. It’s now four arrivals in just 162 seconds.

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The No. 2 ranked heavyweight competitor rushed at the start, threw a flurry of punches and a connected one.

He only needed one.

Rozenstruik, who actually called Ngannou, suffered the first loss of his mixed martial arts career in an amazing way.

He was 4-0 at the UFC before falling to Ngannou’s left hand.

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The event, which was first scheduled for April 19 in Brooklyn and then moved to Indian lands in California, before being postponed, lived up to the hype.

Tony Ferguson and Justin Gaethje headlining in Jacksonville, Florida; fight for the provisional light belt.

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UP NOW: In the main co-event, Henry Cejudo puts his bantamweight title on the line against 135-pound legend Dominick Cruz.


Main card

Tony Ferguson (1) against Justin Gaethje (4) – light intermediate title

Henry Cejudo (C) against Dominick Cruz – bantamweight title

Francis Ngannou (2) def. Jairzinho Rozenstruik (6) – via the first knockout round

Calvin Kattar (9) beats. Jeremy Stephens (7) – via the second round TKO

Greg Hardy beats. Yorgan De Castro – via unanimous decision (30-27 x 3)


Anthony Pettis (15) def. Donald Cerrone (6) – by unanimous decision (29-28 x 3)

Aleksei Oleinik (12) def. Fabricio Werdum – via shared decision (29-28 x 2, 28-29)

Carla Esparza (7) beats. Michelle Waterson (8) – by split decision (30-27, 29-28, 27-30)

Vicente Luque (13) beats. Niko Price – via TKO of the third round (doctor’s stop)

First preliminaries

Bryce Mitchell beats. Charles Rosa – by unanimous decision (30-25 x 2, 30-24)

Ryan Spann beat. Sam Alvey – via shared decision (29-28 x 2, 28-29)

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