UFC On FX 4, Ken Stone Vs. Dustin Pague Round 2 Results

As Round 2 began, Ken Stone came to the center of the octagon and began throwing some aggressive punches and combinations at Dustin Pague. Stone continued to push the pace and went for the takedown on Pague, nearly getting him to the ground and holding him against the cage.

Stone continued to try to finish his single-leg takedown attempt, but Pague was able to stave it off for a while utilizing double under hooks. Referee Gasper Oliver eventually broke the two and forced a reset in the middle of the octagon. Stone went for a punch inside leg kick combination and caught Pague in the groin, causing a short stoppage as Pague recovered from the accidental low blow.

Pague continued to try to use his range but was backed off by Stone anytime he made his way inside. Pague came in with a feigned leg kick and attempted a spinning back fist, missing. With just over 30 seconds left in the bout, Stone once again attempted a take down, timing a Dustin Pague punch, and held him against the cage. The two finished out Round 2 exchanging a few blows.

I have Stone winning Round 2 10-9, with the bout tied after two rounds 19-19.

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