Jessica-Rose Clark
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Jessica Rose-Clark got past Bec Rawlings.

The co-main event of UFC Fight Night 121 featured women’s flyweight action. Clark took on Rawlings inside the Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, Australia.

Rawlings scored a takedown in the opening frame. She rained down some strikes. Some hammerfists and elbows to the body were there for Rawlings. Clark reversed the position. The action returned standing. A right hand was there for Clark. Another right hand landed for Clark.

Clark remained on her toes and moved around the Octagon in round two. The two engaged in a clinch battle. A knee to the body found the target for Clark. The two separated. A left hand landed for Clark. Rawlings continued to find trouble on the feet. Clark took down her opponent and went for the triangle choke. She eventually took the back of her opponent. Rawling returned to her back and Clark landed an elbow.

A body kick connected for Clark early in the final round. She followed it up with a leg kick. Rawlings continued to get tagged moving forward. They exchanged strikes. A solid right hand connected for Rawlings. Rawlings scored a takedown. Clark got control and landed some knees to the leg. She got her opponent down. Clark rained down strikes to finish the round and the fight.

In the end, Clark was awarded with a split decision victory.

Final Result: Jessica Rose-Clark def. Bec Rawlings via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28)

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