While Frank Camacho is as tough as they come, the veteran fighter couldn’t stomach the offensive onslaught by welterweight prospect Geoff Neal earlier tonigh (Sat., Sept. 8, 2018) at UFC 228 from inside American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, eventually getting stopped via second-round head kick knockout.
Neal didn’t let Camacho breathe from the opening bell. He outclassed him with ferocious combinations inside, counter head kicks, and sound takedown defense. In the second round, Neal blasted Camacho with a blistering head kick. Camacho instantly dropped to the canvas and the referee stepped in for the stoppage.
Check out the memorable knockout finish above courtesy of UFC.
With this performance, Neal follows up his submission victory over Brian Camozzi back at UFC Fight Night 126 in devastating fashion. Camacho is a super durable veteran who is rarely stopped like he was tonight in Dallas, so it’ll be exciting to see what Neal does as he ascends the jam-packed welterweight ladder
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