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did anyone else think uriah was lucky to get the decision in this fight, as gutsy as the performance was
If you basing your choice on the number of leg kicks he took then yes, Hall landed the bigger cleaner shots and basically controlled the fight and got a knockdown plus wobbled santos I wouldnt say that luck
the leg kicks where a big part of it yes, but thought he landed lots of head strikes put clearly uriah had more power in his hands when he did connect, definately wouldnt say he controlled the fight at all. Just i was reading an article of bleacher report that was basically saying that santos wasnt good enough to be in the octogon, i thought it was a close fight and santos looked good. Not that you would begrudge him that win, he put on a good show