The first round had Adams moving forward the entire time, throwing punches, while pushing his head into Bhullar's head, like two bulls trying to push each other off a cliff. It wasn't a great round for either fighter, but I thought Adams pretty clearly won that round.
     Adams threw a few strikes to start the second round, and then Bhullar took him down 90 seconds into the round, and basically just held him down for a while. Adams threw him off halfway through the round, stood back up, and then beat up Bhullar with some dirty boxing. Bhullar eventually took control of the clinch, but Adams still outlanded him with almost double the strikes. I have Adams ahead 20-18 going into the final round, but the second round could go either way.
     The final round still had Adams moving forward for the most part, throwing punches, and just doing the zombie walk. I was thinking Adams could get the 30-27 win, but Bhullar took him down with 90 seconds left in the fight, and he might have stollen the round at that point. I still think Adams should have won the 29-28 decision, but all 3 judges gave the win to Bhullar.
      Golm started this fight with a series of hard leg kicks. They both landed some heavy strikes throughout the round, and by the end of the round, it was a hard round to score. Golm beat up Bhullar with some big strikes to start the second round, and then he clinched and pressed him against the fence. They eventually split up, created some space, and Golm continued to chip away at Bhullar with some big strikes. I have Golm ahead 20-18 going into the final round, but the fight COULD be all tied up, depending on how you score the first round.
     Golm's right foot was swollen at the start of the third round, so Bhullar clinched, and stomped on his foot for a minute. Golm broke out of the clinch, tried to work some boxing, and then Bhullar picked him up, and dumped him to the ground 90 seconds into the round. Bhullar spent the rest of the round chipping away with short ranged ground & pound. All 3 judges gave the unanimous decision victory to Arjan Singh Bhullar.
Submission (Omoplata)
      Wieczorek threw some leg kicks, Bhullar plowed forward with some punches, and then scored a takedown 20 seconds into the opening round, landing inside Wieczorek's guard. Bhullar pressed Wieczorek into the fence, and started working some basic old school ground & pound. The referee stood them up with 45 seconds left in the round, and they both decided to coast until the end of the round. Round one goes to Bhullar based on his top control.
     The second round started with Wieczorek pumping some jabs, Bhullar blasted him in the jaw, clinched, and pressed Wieczorek against the fence. Bhullar picked up Wieczorek and dumped him to the ground 90 seconds into the round, landing back inside his guard, Wieczorek slapped on an omoplata, and finished the fight by submission as Bhullar was screaming from the damage done to his shoulder. That was a big win for Wieczorek, as he's the first fighter to beat Arjan Bhullar.
      Both of these guys started the fight by jerking around a lot, throwing a lot of feints, and only exchanging a few times with actual strikes, but when they threw punches, it was clear that they both have a ton of power. Neither fighter really dominated that round at all. Bhullar was slightly more aggressive, and ended the round by pressing Henrique against the fence, so I'm assuming the first round will go to Bhullar, but it really wasn't a great round for either fighter.
     The second round was another slow round of circling each other, while trading a few punches here & there, until Bhullar dropped Henrique 2 minutes into the round, he swarmed him, they stood up, Bhullar picked up the massive Henrique over his shoulder, carried him across the cage, and then dumped him to the ground. From there, Bhullar smothered Henrique and beat him up with short punches until the end of the round. That was a strong round for Arjan Bhullar, and I think it was our first taste of what he's capable of, as this is his UFC debut, and the first round didn't really show much. I have Bhullar ahead, 20-18, going into the final round. Considering how slow the first round was, you could almost make an argument for a 10-8 round there, if we're being more lenient with the scorecards with the new rules & everything.
     They were both slowing down a bit in the final round, but they were still hammering each other with some big sloppy wet looking shots, while clinching a lot. In the end, that round probably could have gone either way, but Bhullar should still win this fight, at least 29-28, if not 30-27. This was supposed to be a huge debut for Bhullar, and he looked ok, especially considering how shallow the heavyweight division is, but yeah, I wasn't really that impressed with either fighter tonight. All 3 judges agreed with me, and gave the unanimous decision victory to Arjan Bhullar, with scores of 29-28 across the board.