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Unlike his debut, Ramiz Brahimaj wrestled. In a matter of fifteen seconds, Brahimaj was in on a takedown. He would go on to complete two, the last of which kept Sasha Palatnikov grounded on the mat for good. Brahimaj worked to mount, where he lured Palatnikov to give his back. From there, Brahimaj sunk in what would eventually be a fight ending rear naked choke – one that saw Palatnikov go to sleep. The victory was Brahimaj’s ninth professional win and first inside the octagon. The submission also ninth, which keeps his finishing rate at 100%.

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