UFC FN 94: Evan Dunham “Hadn’t Been in a Good Scrap” Since Earlier in His Career
By FCF Staff
Evan Dunham recorded his fourth straight win last night at UFC Fight Night 94, by defeating Rick Glenn, and he also collected an extra $50,000 while doing so.
Glenn and Dunham battled it out for three, action packed rounds, and the latter won the bout via unanimous decision. Glenn was a late replacement for Abel Trujillo, who had to recently withdraw due to injury.
While discussing the entertaining bout afterwards, Dunham had this to say about the fight and Glenn (quote via MMA Junkie.com):
“The last-minute replacement threw me off a little because I didn’t get a chance to spar with any southpaws or wrestle with any southpaws for the entire camp,” Dunham said. “So that was a big adjustment. It kind of threw my shot off a little bit. We were standing and he hit me with a good shot. After that, I kind of realized he didn’t have the power to put me away. That’s when I let my guard down and let (my hands) fly a little more. I hadn’t been in a good scrap since the earlier part of my career. It was kind of fun to get back to that.”
With the win, Dunham’s record now stands at 18-6. Glenn, who was making his UFC debut, saw his record fall to 18-4-1.