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Brendan Allen Submits Krzysztof Jotko in First Round

LAS VEGAS, NV – OCTOBER 1: Brendan Allen defeats Poland’s Krzyszto during their UFC Fight Night fight on October 1, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada F. Chotko reacted afterward. (Photo by Jeff Botari/Zuffa LLC)

Middleweight Krzysztof Jotko and Brendan Allen face off in the preliminaries at UFC Vegas 61.

Both have been on the fringes of the rankings for some time now, with impressive victories over previously ranked fighters. In the prelude to the fight, which saw a feud between the two, Allen accused Chotko of rejecting the fight, which the Poles denied, saying Allen was “a man from the Louisiana swamps” nasty child”. Everyone is fighting on the back of a winning streak, so something has to pay.

A slip gave Chotko the upper hand early in the fight. Allen tried to take an arm from his fullback, but Chotko was able to shake it off and end up as a half-back.

Chotko stayed low and didn’t pose at all, only occasionally inflicting damage. Allen locked Chotko for the most part until he burst out and executed a half-back sweep to gain the upper hand in the Pole’s full-back. Young Alan slammed Chotko to the ground as he stood up and immediately mounted. However, Chotko was able to regain half-back.

Allen trapped Chotko’s arm next to his head, seemingly creating an arm triangle, but Chotko realized and defended. However, when Jotko turned to his midsection, Brendan was able to lean on his back and immediately locked a tight rear naked choke, leaving the Pole with no choice but to tap. That extended Allen’s winning streak to three and made him the first to submit Jotko since the Pole’s second UFC fight in 2014. The overall performance with the former ranked fighters is impressive and sure to be for the youngsters.

Official result: Brendan Allen def. Submitted by Krzysztof Jotko (rear bare choke), round 1, 4:17

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