After some preliminary jostling against the fence, Makhachev dropped low for an easy takedown and had his opponent right where he wanted him. Green, a late replacement for Beneil Dariush, had fought just two weeks ago and never looked in the fight once it hit the ground. It didn't take long for Makhachev to work past his legs and get full mount. As Makhachev dropped punches down, Green couldn't decide whether to turn over or remain on his back. He finally opted to turn to his stomach but Makhachev continued to rain punches on him until referee Herb Dean stopped it, giving Makhachev his 10th straight UFC victory.
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