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Coming up we have a bantamweight MMA rules bout between Zach Makovsky and Uriah Farber. Farber has chosen "Keep Me" by The Black Keys as his entrance music, which hasn't gone down very well with the crowd. Well, the cameraman is lingering on a pretty young lady for a bit too long there. Keep your eyes on the prize buddy or you'll miss the fighter intros!

163 cm
145 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
168 cm
135 lbs
3 - 1 - 0
Good wrestling
Counter fighter
Granite chin
Decent wrestler
Solid Muay Thai
Solid chin



Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the bantamweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Zach Makovsky!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Los Angeles, Uriah Farber!
The judges for this bout are Frank Antenori, Timothy Bukovac and Jack Bonds.

The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Makovsky ducks under a wild hook from Farber.
Farber misses with a hook.
Farber throws a lazy right hand but Makovsky sees it coming a mile off and sidesteps it easily.
Farber misses with an uppercut.
Makovsky looks to land a combination but Farber avoids it well.
Farber stalks Makovsky and leaps in with a furious combination of punches. Uppercuts and crosses smash into Makovsky's face. Makovsky staggers backwards, shaken.
Makovsky avoids a punch combination nicely.
Nice uppercut there from Makovsky.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Farber looks for a takedown here. Will he get it? Makovsky is fending him off so far but Farber persists. Nope, Makovsky circles away and we're back to standing.

Makovsky fakes a strike and closes the distance, dragging Farber to the ground. Makovsky is now in Farber's guard.
Fantastic stuff here - a very entertaining period of action, which has drawn cheers from the crowd.
Makovsky sitting in guard here, content to control.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Farber is looking to stand up but Makovsky isn't so interested in that idea.
Farber has Makovsky pulled in close to control his posture.
Makovsky content to stall in guard here.
Makovsky postures up to throw the ground and pound strikes but they don't connect.
Farber is working from a closed guard but he's struggling to control his opponent.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
There's not a lot going on here and the crowd are letting the fighters know they're not willing to tolerate a lack of action.
Makovsky trying to land body shots but he keeps hitting the mat.
Makovsky is just sitting in guard, looking to avoid any submissions.

The referee has decided to stand the fighters back up, so we'll restart on the feet.
Makovsky avoids the body shot from Farber.

Makovsky closes the distance and gets a trip takedown into side control. Farber quickly recovers to half guard.
We get told so often about how wrestlers don't like to be on their backs. Let's see if Farber can do anything to dispel that myth.
Makovsky prevents Farber from improving his position.
Makovsky has been looking to land a fair amount of strikes on the ground. He might be looking to soften his opponent up in order to work for a submission.
Makovsky frees up his trapped foot and advances to mount.
Makovsky unloading with bombs!

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Makovsky lands a couple of good shots and Farber has given up his back, trying to escape the position!
Farber is very frustrated here, being controlled quite effectively by Makovsky.
I really don't envy Farber right now.
Makovsky cracks Farber with a big shot to body and one to the head - really punishing Farber from the back mount here, looking to soften him up.
Makovsky is riding his opponent, not letting Farber buck him off.
Farber really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Makovsky. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Farber tries to escape but Makovsky has the hooks in and won't let him break free.
Makovsky softening up his opponent with strikes here.

Makovsky has the rear naked choke here! This is very bad for Farber! Can he survive? No! He's out! Makovsky gets to his feet and celebrates with his cornermen. He looks absolutely delighted. In the post fight interviews he takes time to thank his parents and everyone who has believed in him from the start. How sweet.

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:59 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (RNC). Zach Makovsky!
After the fight, Zach Makovsky was humble in paying tribute to his opponent but made it clear he wants to go on to bigger and better things. It seemed to go down well with the crowd who cheered him loudly.
Uriah Farber was interviewed post fight and said 'That loss sucked. Well, you win some, you lose some.'.
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