WATCH: The Knockout That Had Fans Going Crazy Last Night

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Alex Perez faced unbeaten prospect Jose Torres at UFC 227 last night. Image credit: Ester Lin MMAFighting.com

Taking place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California last night was a stacked pay-per-view card. Headlined by the bantamweight title rematch between TJ Dillashaw and Cody Garbrandt, the card had some seriously amazing fights…

During a night filled with mostly decisions, a few fights stood out above the rest. Although the other scraps weren’t uneventful, the paled in comparison to the main event TKO and also Alex Perez vs Jose Torres.

UFC 227 was all about those two title fights, and what an upset the co-main event was. Flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson with the longest title defense streak ever faced a man he’d already beaten recently in Henry Cejudo.

The Olympic medalist stunned Johnson, with both men earning fight of the night honors. In our opinion, though, the most enthralling moment of the evening was Alex Perez vs Jose Torres. Watch the video below, followed by the absolutely epic reaction from one fan:

Alex Perez vs Jose Torres Was Amazing

The entire fight was just a blast, but thanks to the UFC copyright hounds that’s the best video we have for now. Although, one particular fan in the crowd provided another amazing moment after the fight.

Following Alex Perez vs Jose Torres, this overly excited fan hit the roof and appeared to also be hitting the sniff:

JUST BLEED 2.0!!!

All in all, a successful night for the UFC after another big pay-per-view. For us, though, Perez vs Torres was the highlight. One belt changed hands, one stayed in the champ’s camp.

Check out the full list of UFC 227 results below courtesy of SoCalUncensored.com:

Prelim Bouts (Aired live on FX)

Sheymon Moraes (MMA Record: 9-2) defeated Matt Sayles (MMA Record: 7-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28)). Moraes improves to 10-2. Sayles falls to 7-2.

Ricardo Ramos (MMA Record: 11-1) defeated. Kang Kyung-ho (MMA Record: 14–7 (1 NC)) via Split Decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28). Ramos improves to 12-2. Kyung-ho falls to 14-7 (1 NC).

Ricky Simon (MMA Record: 13-1) defeated Montel Jackson (MMA Record: 6-0) via Unanimous Decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28). Simon improves to 14-1. Jackson falls to 6-1.

Pedro Munhoz (MMA Record: 15-3 (1) defeated Brett Johns (MMA Record: 15-1) via Unanimous Decision (30-26, 29-28, 29-27). Munhoz improves to 16-3 (1). Johns falls to 15-2.

UFC 227 main card results below…

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Cejudo was ready this time around. The Olympic wrestler won a razor tight decision over Demetrious Johnson at UFC 227
Main Card (Aired live on Pay-Per-View)

Thiago Santos (MMA Record: 17-6) defeated Kevin Holland (MMA Record: 12-3) via Unanimous Decision (29-27, 29-27, 30-26). Santos improves to 18-6. Holland falls to 12-4.

JJ Aldrich (MMA Record: 6–2) defeated Polyana Viana (MMA Record: 10-1) via Unanimous Decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-27). Aldrich improves to 7-2. Viana falls to 10-2.

Renato Moicano (MMA Record: 12–1–1) defeated Cub Swanson (MMA Record: 25–9) via Submission (Rear Naked Choke) at 4:15 of Round 1. Moicano improves to 13-1-1. Swanson falls to 25-10.

Henry Cejudo (MMA Record: 12-2) defeated Demetrious Johnson (MMA Record: 27-2-1) via Split Decision (48-47, 47-48, 48-47) to become the new UFC Flyweight Champion. Cejudo improves to 13-2. Johnson falls to 27-3-1.

T.J. Dillashaw (MMA Record: 15-3) defeated Cody Garbrandt (MMA Record: 11-1) via T.K.O. (Strikes) to retain the UFC Bantamweight Championship. Dillashaw improves to 16-3. Garbrandt falls to 11-2.

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