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UFC Vegas 22 – Knockout With Only 1 Second Left on The Clock! (WATCH)

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UFC Vegas 22 took place just a few hours ago from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada. The card was main evented by Kevin Holland vs Kevin Brunson, however there were also some great moments on the undercard of the show.

UFC Lightweight Grant Dawson faced Leonardo Santos in the octagon during the night. The fight NEARLY went the distance, with Dawson getting the knockout in the very last second of the third round.

It was a close fight that Dawson potentially could’ve actually lost. The last second (maybe 3 second) knockout secured him a huge win. Dawson called out Clay Guida following the fight, which would be awesome to see.

Check out what happened at UFC Vegas 22 below. Please note that the tweet from ESPN MMA will not work for users outside of the United States, so we’ve got you guys covered with a video from BT Sport just below it!

The replay for the event is now available to watch via ESPN+ or the aforementioned BT Sport. Check out the full card for UFC Vegas 22: Holland vs Brunson below:

UFC Vegas 22 Main Card

  • MAIN EVENT ’“ Derek Brunson (186) vs. Kevin Holland (183)
  • Gregor Gillespie (155.5) vs. Brad Riddell (155.5)
  • Cheyanne Buys (116) vs. Montserrat Ruiz (115)
  • Adrian Yanez (135) vs. Gustavo Lopez (136)
  • Kenan Song (171) vs. Max Griffin (170.5)
  • Tai Tuivasa (264.5) vs. Harry Hunsucker (249)

Prelims (ESPN+ at 7 p.m. ET)

  • Marion Reneau (136) vs. Macy Chiasson (136)
  • Leonardo Santos (155.5) vs. Grant Dawson (156)
  • Trevin Giles (185.5) vs. Roman Dolidze (185)
  • Montel Jackson (136) vs. Jesse Strader (137.5)
  • Bruno Silva (126) vs. JP Buys (126)

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