Neither woman had ever gone past the third round before and both looked as if they were cautious about expending too much energy at any point in the bout. Araujo's best moments came in the second when she got a takedown and instantly passed Grasso's guard. She controlled Grasso for a couple of minutes but never opened up to dole out significant punishment or threaten a submission.
In the end, Grasso's boxing claimed the day carrying the fight 50-45, 49-46 and 49-46 on the scorecards.
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