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UFC Brooklyn ‘Fight Motion’ video: Watch Cejudo run through Dillashaw in super slow motion

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) kicked off its partnership with ESPN last Saturday night (Jan. 19, 2019), as UFC on ESPN+ 1 went down from inside Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Headlining the inaugural event was a Flyweight title fight that saw division kingpin Henry Cejudo knockout Bantamweight champion, T.J. Dillashaw, in just 32 seconds (see it again here).

In the co-headlining act, Greg Hardy had a forgettable UFC debut, getting disqualified in round two of his Heavyweight fight against Allen Crowder after he delivered an illegal, fight-ending blow to a downed opponent (read all about it here).

Five out of the six main card bouts — as well as several “Prelims” bouts — ended up with spectacular finishes, and now you can watch it all go down in super slow motion, courtesy of the “Fight Motion” video embedded above.

For complete UFC Fight Night 143 results click here.

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