It was a close fight, in fact some would agree to disagree on who won the fight. However at the end of the day, with his leg kicks, control of the octagon, Robbie Peralta def. Rony Jason via split decision (29-28, 27-30, 30-27)
Robbie Peralta (17-4) He has 13 knockouts, 2 submissions and 2 decision victories, he has never been knocked out, but submitted twice and lost by decision twice. Prior to joining the UFC, he was on a seven fight winning streak. He made his UFC debut against Mike Lullo via unanimous decision at UFC – Fight Night 25 on Sep / 17 / 2011. In his next fight was with Mackens Semerzier ended in a No Contest due to a Accidental Head-butt at UFC on Fox 1 – Velasquez vs. Dos Santos on Nov / 12 / 2011. In his next three fights, he was 2-1. He beat Jason Young via knockout at UFC on Fuel TV 5 – Struve vs. Miocic on Sep / 29 / 2012, but lost to Akira Corassani via unanimous decision at UFC on Fuel TV 9 – Mousasi vs. Latifi on Apr / 06 / 2013. In his last fight he beat Estevan Payan via knockout at UFC 168 – Weidman vs. Silva 2 on Dec / 28 / 2013.
Rony Jason (14-4) He has five knockouts, eight submissions and one decision victory, while he has been knocked out twice, submitted once and lost by decision once. Prior to joinning the UFC he was on a five fight winning streak. He made his UFC debut against Godofredo Castro which he won via unanimous decision at UFC 147 – Silva vs. Franklin 2 on Jun / 23 / 2012 and then Then he went on to win his next three out of four. He beat Sam Sicilia via knockout at UFC 153 – Silva vs. Bonnar on Oct / 13 / 2012 and then Mike Wilkinson via Triangle Choke at UFC on Fuel TV 10 – Nogueira vs. Werdum on Jun / 08 / 2013. However he lost to Jeremy Stephens via knockout at UFC Fight Night – Belfort vs. Henderson on Nov / 09 / 2013, but in his last fight he beat Steven Siler via knockout at UFC Fight Night – Shogun vs. Henderson 2 on Mar / 23 / 2014
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