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WSOF 11 Results; Neiman Gracie taps Dustin Holyko in 2nd


3rd contest of the sunny Florida afternoon and a bout between a member of the “First Family of Fighting” takes on undefeated Florida local, Holyko.

175lb Catch Weight; Neiman Gracie (1-0) vs Dustin Holyko (2-0)

Round 1: Gracie eats a leg kick and the fighters circle until Holyko lands a right, and Neiman lands a leg kick. Holyko takes a deep breath and eats a right jab. Dustin answers with a right of his own then he misses a left and right combo. Holyko then lands a monster left-right-left and drops Gracie, tries to finish but Neiman gets out, Dustin starts landing at will and the crowd in Florida comes to their feet. Gracie eats another hook and is wobbled backward, it’s amazing he and his chin lasted the round.

Round 2: Gracie opens the exchange early and takes Dustin down then takes his back fast, Neiman works for a rear naked choke. Holyko is fighting tooth and nail to fight him off but to no avail and the valiant Floridian, Holyko is forced to tap.

Official Decision: Neiman Gracie def. Dustin Holyko via submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 2:21 of Round 2.

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