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Kyung Ho Kang Dominates Cristian Quinonez with First-Round Submission at UFC Vegas 75

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In an impressive display of skill and efficiency, Kyung Ho Kang proved that he’s not one to waste time. During the preliminary bantamweight bout at UFC Vegas 75 on Saturday, Kang, also known as “Mr. Perfect,” completely dismantled Cristian Quinonez in just over two minutes.

Right from the start, both Kang and Quinonez came out swinging, exchanging powerful strikes. Quinonez managed to land a significant blow, catching Kang off guard and causing him to momentarily retreat. However, as Quinonez pressed forward, Kang retaliated with a devastating combination along the fence, causing Quinonez to collapse.

Seizing the opportunity, Kang swiftly pounced on Quinonez, immediately searching for a submission. Quinonez dropped down to his back, but Kang followed suit and transitioned into a mount position. With remarkable fluidity, Kang smoothly maneuvered into a back mount, ultimately securing a fight-ending rear-naked choke at 2:25 of the first round.

This victory marks Kang’s second consecutive win within the UFC, further solidifying his position as a formidable force in the bantamweight division. With a UFC record of 7-3 (with 1 no-contest), the South Korean fighter continues to make a significant impact.

Witness Kang’s incredible finish in the video below.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about UFC bantamweight bout

Q: What was the result of the Kyung Ho Kang vs. Cristian Quinonez bout at UFC Vegas 75?

A: Kyung Ho Kang emerged victorious in the bout, securing a first-round submission with a rear-naked choke against Cristian Quinonez.

Q: How long did the fight between Kyung Ho Kang and Cristian Quinonez last?

A: The fight ended in just over two minutes, with Kyung Ho Kang’s submission victory occurring at 2 minutes and 25 seconds into the first round.

Q: What is Kyung Ho Kang’s UFC record after this win?

A: With this win, Kyung Ho Kang’s UFC record stands at 7 wins, 3 losses, and 1 no-contest.

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