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UFC Singapore results: Biggest winners, loser from ‘Cowboy vs Edwards’ last night

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to the hurt business last night (Sat., June 23, 2018) for UFC Fight Night 132 from inside Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore, which was headlined by a Welterweight bout which saw Leon Edwards bust up and outlast Donald Cerrone on the headlining act.

In the co-main event, Ovince Saint Preux scored a first round, come-from-behind submission win over Tyson Pedro.

Biggest Winner: Leon Edwards

If you can talk the talk and walk the walk, you will have a bright future inside the UFC Octagon. And Edwards has talked the talk to the point that he pissed off “Cowboy” with all of his chatter leading up to the fight. But “Rocky” walked the walk, dominating Cerrone for five rounds to earn a unanimous decision win and Donald’s respect. That is now six straight wins for Edwards, who will likely move up the rankings and get closer to his quest for the title. Leon proved he is the real deal and a force to be reckoned with in the division.

Runner Up: Ovince Saint Preux

“OSP” got back on the winning track after stopping a surging Tyson Pedro via straight armbar in the opening round. What makes the victory more impressive is that he had to fight back and shake the cobwebs after getting caught earlier. It’s a huge win for Ovince as it gets him back in the win column after getting taken out by Ilir Latifi. Ovince has the tools to be great, he just needs to put them together on a more consistent basis.

Biggest Loser: Donld Cerrone

Donald Cerrone is back in the losers column again (it’s odd to say that). After starting his Welterweight run with four straight wins, Cerrone has now lost 4 of his last five matches. It was a long, hard-fought battle against a young up-and-comer, but alas it seems “Cowboy” couldn't’ really get anything going due to his sickness. Cerrone simply hasn’t been able to pop offense as he’s done in the past, so it’s obvious the young up-and-comers are starting to be a bit too much for the longtime veteran. Perhaps matching him up with an aging veteran such as himself seems like a logical step.

For complete UFC Fight Night 132: “Cowboy vs Edwards” results, including play-by-play updates, click here.

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