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Legacy FC 33 Results; Keeton Gordon Taps Out Robert Ricks in 2nd


125lb Flyweight Bout; Robert Ricks (pro-debut) vs Keeton Gorton (pro-debut)

Round 1: Gorton comes out with a quick punch combo then clinches Ricks against the cage but eats a knee to the body in doing so. Robert forces Keeton’s back against the cage but Gorton reverses back and they remain on the cage for about 2 minutes. Keeton lands a heavy right hand then follows it with a left that stuns Ricks, another hard right lands flush. Then Ricks answers with a right hand of his own and some hard kicks to end the round.

Round 2: Gorton comes out like a man possessed and annoyed by the clock, he immediately drops Ricks with a hard right hand then swarms on top and lands rights and lefts then jumps into side control. He then took Robert’s back and sunk in a sleek rear naked choke for the tapout.

Official Decision: Keeton Gordon def. Robert Ricks via submission (RNC) at :48 of Round 2.

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