Right off the bell, Soko is pushing the pace and throwing some major bombs, but Cane is doing a nice job of staying away and neutralizing the Cameroonian's power. Soko is relying heavily on his leg kicks, but Cane answers with a few kicks of his own. As the first round comes to a close, fatigue already seems to be playing a factor for Soko and Cane is all over it.
Right off the bat, Cane lays a direct kick right on Soko's cup, sinking his battleship and making it the second low blow of the night. Joe Rogan awkwardly admits he wants to see it again. After action resumes, Cane begins to look increasingly confident and Soko slows his pace even further. Now it's Cane with the heavy fire, dropping knees and combos. Soko's striking is becoming more desperate and less crisp. Cane then drops Soko with a huge left and finishes him off on the ground with a few more punches at the 4:15 mark.
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