Neil Magny had this fight won by the first few minutes of the first round. Tim Means never got started right out of the gate and Magny took advantage of that. Means never got started in the first round, Magny went with his gameplain, control the action with not only active, but reach, size and overall fighting skills. Magny won this fight by unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27)
Magny has 2 knockouts, 2 submissions and 5 decision victories in his MMA career coming into this fight. He has been submitted twice in his career as well. He made his UFC debut against Jon Manley at UFC 157 back in February of 2013 and won the fight via Unanimous decision. He lost to Sergio Moraes at UFC 163 in August of 2013 via 1st Rd Triangle Choke. He lost to Seth Baczynski at UFC Fight Night – Fight for the Troops 3 back in November of 2013 via Unanimous decision. In his last fight he beat Gasan Umalatov at UFC 169 – Barao vs. Faber 2 on Feb / 01 / 2014. Therefore, making him 2-2 in his last four fights.
Means has 15 KO wins, 3 submissions and 2 decision victories in his MMA career with only 1 knockout, 2 submission losses in his MMA career. Also in his last four fights he is 2-2. He made his UFC debut against Bernardo Magalhaes at UFC on Fuel TV 1 – Sanchez vs. Ellenberger on Feb / 15 / 2012 and won the fight via Unanimous decision. He won his next fight against Justin Salas, but here is where his career has been up and down. He lost to Jorge Masvidal at UFC on Fox 7 – Henderson vs. Melendez on Apr / 20 / 2013 via Unanimous decision. He then lost to Danny Castillo at UFC on Fox 8 – Johnson vs. Moraga on Jul / 27 / 2013 via Unanimous decision. He went onto being cut from the UFC and beat Pete Spratt at LFC 23 – Legacy Fighting Championship 23 on Sep / 13 / 2013 via 1st Rd KO. In his last fight he beat Artenas Young at LFC 27 – Legacy Fighting Championship 27 on Jan / 31 / 2014 via 2nd Rd TKO.
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