If mixed martial arts is a dance, it is often set to the sound of a thunderclap composed by thousands of being voices.
A bear hole in an atmosphere that rises and falls, where octagons reflect octans, and in the octagonal region the rhythm is determined by the participants as much as possible.
The 249 things in Jacksonville were a bit different for the UFC.
With no fans in attendance, this intensely quiet disco provided us with an environment that simply added to the intrigue surrounding the only sporting show in town.
Sam Alve walked the first ring of the night from his minute his entrance music became clear for everyone to hear, there was a feeling that could be special.
Now let’s not become kids ourselves, the first designers of UFC events are often played in front of a few dozen instead of a thousand. Five or six hours are a long time sitting and waiting in most cases when it comes to finding their place in the case – especially with fighting which makes sense.
There was an almost mysterious feeling in the air from the opening bell of Alvi’s clash with Ryan Span.
Every step, the exhalation of the skin and the connection of the skin can be heard.
The instructions from the corner were clear, obviously the voices of commentators John Anik, Joe Rogan and Daniel Carmier.
When Span first caught Alvi in the fixed arm triangle, the sound of him grabbing her for the wind was obvious.
Span can be heard acknowledging his angle.
In a surreal moment, on a surreal night, Rogan finishes the first interview after the fight and tries to throw out some excitement to realize the winning span can only realize that there is no one to whip.
Commentators even spoke during the main event using bad tones to not impress Titus.
This was followed by Greg Hardy admitting that he heard some of Carmier’s point about his game and switched up. Arrange assistance to DC.
Throughout the process, the audio had already added another dimension to quickly turning into a standout event – situations aside.
Whether it was Bris Mitchell’s Trash Talk in the final moments of the Geo Jitsu Masterclass against Charles Roger or Les Kick’s Vicente Luke Stong Nico Price’s illness, it was a spectacular experience for home visitors, like never before.
The self-destructing knockout of Francis Nagno of Georginho Rosentensari became more real when he heard the sound of his destructive left-hand contact with the man from Suriname.
And then there was the main event, for more than 24 minutes we saw the ruthless poem that the game made its name. Underdog Justin Geithji fought the fight of his life to get Tony Ferguson to train with a striking display so intense that an entire courtyard went into full clip and blew off the roof.
And we live every strike.
This is an incredible time, and despite the nayayers, the UFC puts on an event that will go down in history.
The entertainment produced at the outlets may be long lasting in their memory but the way the home visitor can transform things closer will get you an “I was there” from the comfort of your living room.
UFC 249 Full Results:
Justin Gothze (IC) DF. Tony Ferguson through fifth-round TKO (punch)
Henry Sejudo (C) DF. Dominic Cruz through the second round TKO (Punch)
Zaire Rosensrik via Francis Nagnau DF first round TKEO (punch)
Calvin Cutter DF. Jeremy Stephens through the second round knockout (elbow)
Greg Hardy DF. Jurgan de Castro by consensus (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
Anthony Pettis DF. Donald Cerron by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
Alexei Oleinik DF. Fabricio Wardam by split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
Carla Esparza DF. Michelle Watson through split decision (30-27, 27-30, 29-28)
Vicente Lu Def. Nico Price (Doctor Stoppage) through Third Round TKO
Bryce Mitchell DF. Charles Rosa by unanimous decision (30-25, 30-25, 30-24)
Ryan Span DF. Through Sam Alve’s split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)
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