In the middle of the fight, MMA fighter Ray Waters put the finishing touches on the victory he had over Levon Lewis at LFA 140 by dropping him on Lewis’ head during the course of the fight.
As part of the main card of the LFA 140 event on Friday in New Town, North Dakota, Ray Waters and Lewis squared off against one another. It was hoped that with the victory, both welterweights would get one step closer to competing for the welterweight title in the future.
Lewis and Waters started their fight at LFA 140 with a bit of a cautious attitude, which led to a tough fight from the beginning. After Waters tossed Lewis to the canvas and Lewis landed on top of his head, the tide began to turn in Waters’ favor.
Even though Lewis was able to fight all the way to the end, he somehow managed not to fall unconscious. In the end, it was Waters who emerged victorious in a unanimous decision.
MMA fighter horrifies his opponent by slamming him directly on the head in the middle of their fight
In the recent past, there have been quite a few events of this nature that have taken place in the world of mixed martial arts. The first fatality in the history of MMA happened recently in India when a young fighter lost his life as a result of MMA.
There has been talked of adding a concussion break to the sport of MMA recently, which may prevent a major loss if the fighter gets knocked out by the opponent during a takedown.
With a 3-0 record at the beginning of his professional career, Waters had a promising start to his career. In the course of his brief fighting career, he competed in the LFA cage, defeating fighters such as L.J. By Porte and Ovid Bojorquez during the course of his brief fighting career.
Lewis was looking to get back on track after he lost to current UFC lightweight Jordan Leavitt at LFA 85 in July 2020, which was his first professional loss.
There was only one main event at LFA 140, and it was Carlos Mota’s victory over Rizvan Abuev to win the vacant flyweight championship.