Chris Lytle Chokes Matt Brown To Submission In Second Round Of UFC 116 Fight

July 4th, 2010 - 7:19 pm ICT by GD  

By Madhuri Dey
chris1Las Vegas, July 4, (THAINDIAN NEWS) On Saturday night, the UFC 116 fight between Chris Lytle and Matt Brown although did not last for three rounds, was able to provide enough entertainment. Both the fighters are known for their excellent fighting skills and whenever they have entered the fighting ring they have spellbound the audience with their sheer moves and fighting techniques.

On Saturday night it was no different as Chris Lytle, who has received the UFC post fight bonus seven times in his career till date, entered the ring against Matt Brown. The fight turned out to be one of the most entertaining fights of the UFC 116.

On Saturday Chris Lytle entered the ring for his 51st career game against a tough competitor like Matt Brown who is known for his aggressive moves that have powers to inflict injury. At the beginning of the first round of the fight both the fighters were seen trying their comfort zone moves. While Matt Brown went for his crisp and subtle Muay Thai moves Chris Lytle was seen going for his power punches. However, Matt Brown got the opportunity to go for the deadly d’arce choke on Chris Lytle. However, he failed to have a submission from the player has Chris Lytle held his breath and made it to the second round of the play.

In the second round of the game it Chris Lytle came up with some powerful strikes. Matt Brown on his part tried some knees and Kicks to get hold of the veteran fighter.

However at the end Chris Lytle managed an armbar move which left no other option for his opponent than to submit. Chris Lytle became the second man to get a dual submission on the same month.

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