Macy Chiasson and Marion Reneau put on a fight to remember, a theme of the bouts that started UFC Vegas 22.
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Macy Chiasson def Marion Reneau via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
After a year away from the octagon, Chiasson looked impressive as the fight against Reneau progressed. Reneau would take the back and control the ground game to take the early lead. Chiasson, however, used her size advantage to control the second and break the nose of Reneau. Both tried to find an edge in the third round, with Reneau using the clinch by the cage. Reneau landed a takedown, but Chiasson landed a last-second takedown to secure the win.
Grant Dawson def. Leonardo Santos via KO (4:59, R3)
Against a game Santos, Dawson would hit monster shots close to the end of their fight. The latter was able to counter the takedown attempts by Dawson at various points, landing his own. Dawson had Santos up against the cage, attempting to find the big move to end it. Dawson finally got the big takedown and right before the bell rang in the third landed big knockout blows to take Santos out.
Trevin Giles def. Roman Dolidze via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)
After Dolidze brought Giles down to the floor, Giles started round two with crisp shots to the face. Dolidze would counter several times on the ground and would try to land a heel hook. Giles fought out several times and tried grappling with him. He tried again against Dolidze in the third, to no avail. Landing big shots ended up being the key to victory, Giles' third in a row.
Montel Jackson def. Jesse Strader via TKO (1:58, R1)
It was an easy night in the octagon for Jackson, who landed crisp shots to the face of Strader. Strader started off with calf kicks, but Jackson landed a solid shot to the face to counter. While Strader got back up, Jackson put him right back down with another blow. He landed repeated shots until the fight was called.
Bruno Silva def. JP Buys via TKO (2:56, R2)
It was a wild display of power for Bruno Silva to start off fight night. He would land calf kicks and let his hands loose early. Buys tried to avoid big shots and almost landed a kimura. Silva was lucky he didn't get fouled from an early shot below the belt and a poke to the eye. Buys slipped in the second and Silva took advantage with big hands. Silva landed a shot that Buys tried rolling out of, and after exchanging blows, Silva landed the decisive blow to end the fight.