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UFC on FUEL TV 10 Results: Rony Jason Chokes Out Mike Wilkinson in First Round

May 18, 2013; Jaragua do Sul, BRAZIL; A general view during the fight between Roger Hollett (white shorts) and Fabio Maldonado (black shorts) during UFC on FX 8 at Arena Jaragua. Mandatory Credit: Jason da Silva-USA TODAY Sports

The Ultimate Fighting Championship blessed combat sports fans with a free fight card on FUEL TV with UFC on FUEL TV 10 live on Saturday night. The event took place in Brazil and a number of top Brazilian fighters graced the card. To kick off the action, The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil season 1 featherweight winner Rony Jason took on England’s Mike Wilkinson.

Jason is on a seven-fight winning streak (2-0 UFC) and he was hoping to improve his record and slowly climb up the division ladder, while the undefeated Wilkinson hoped to continue his perfect professional career.

Wilkinson immediately looked to get down to business and refused to touch the Brazilian’s gloves when the bout officially got underway. After a flurry of overhands from Jason, Wilkinson was able to duck under and take the former TUF champion to the mat with a quick change of levels. Unfortunately for Wilkinson, he got careless with his posture and Jason was able to throw up his legs and catch the Englishman in a triangle choke.

Once the triangle choke was locked in, Jason threw some vicious elbows and put Wilkinson to sleep ending his undefeated streak.

Official time of the stoppage was 1:41 of the very first round.

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Topics: Mike Wilkinson, Rony Jason, UFC On FUEL TV 10

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