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UFC Fight Night 45 Results; Leslie Smith Quivers Jessamyn Duke’s Liver, Stops Her in First


135lb Women’s Bantamweight Bout; #14 Jessamyn Duke (3-1) vs Leslie smith (6-5-1)

Round 1: Duke establishes her jab early then lands a leg kick, Smith lands a leg kick to answer, Duke lands another, but Leslie lands a hard right-left combo. Smith lands a left then a hard right to the face of Jessamyn, Smith eats an uppercutt but lands a nice left, Leslie lands a leg kick but Duke catches it. Leslie gets out and then absolutely goes bizerk on Duke landing punches lefts then rights then upper cuts, a head kick then a body kick then a liver punch that drops Jessamyn and Smith lands more right hands until the ref steps in to halt the onslaught.

Official Decision: Leslie Smith def. Jessamyn Duke via TKO (punches) at 2:24 of Round 1.

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Aaron Portier
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