Blaydes came in having won seven of his last eight and seemed poised for title contention while Aspinall was undefeated in five UFC bouts and appeared the most promising up and coming fighter in the division. But just 15 seconds into their match, Aspinall threw a low right roundhouse kick and, as he retracted his leg and planted it down, suddenly dropped in pain clutching his knee. Referee Herb Dean had no choice but to immediately stop the match and award it to Blaydes by a TKO which left no one satisfied.
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