UFC Vegas 30: Here’s why Andre Fili vs. Daniel Pineda was declared a no contest

UFC Vegas 30: Here’s why Andre Fili vs. Daniel Pineda was declared a no contest

UFC Vegas 30 happens on Saturday, June 26, 2021, live from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas, NV. Follow in addition to FanSided, who is on-site, for all your live news and highlights.

Andre Fili rocks Daniel Pineda, however eye poke ends the fight without a winner.
Fili, nevertheless, rocked Pineda badly with a left hand and pair of high kicks late in the round before dropping Pineda with a body kick and swarming him.
Pineda made it into the second round and kept pressing forward, but an unintentional eye poke from Fili halted everything.
Pineda made duplicated attempts that he could see, but the cage-side doctor didnt purchase his claim, and referee Herb Dean waved the combat.
As insufficient time expired in the 2nd round, the fight was ultimately declared a no-contest.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JUNE 25: In this UFC handout, (L-R) Opponents Andre Fili and Daniel Pineda face off throughout the UFC weigh-in at UFC APEX on June 25, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Chris Unger/Zuffa LLC/Getty Images).
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In spite of some near finishes by Andre Fili, an eye poke eventually ends his UFC Vegas 30 battle with Daniel Pineda as a no contest.
Andre Fili put on a magnificent efficiency at UFC Vegas 30, spectacular Daniel Pineda several times and nearly scoring a win. An unexpected foul in the second round, however, indicates the fight result is a disappointing no-contest.

Fili clipped Pineda early with a pair of left hands, forcing him to re-find his footing. Pineda attempted to pin Fili against the cage, but Fili would drop him quickly after with a right hand. Pineda would recuperate, and in spite of a packed takedown effort, pinned Fili versus the cage again.

Fili clipped Pineda early with a set of left hands, forcing him to re-find his footing. Pineda tried to pin Fili against the cage, but Fili would drop him soon after with a best hand. Pineda would recuperate, and in spite of a packed takedown effort, pinned Fili against the cage again.