Jackson's MMA is frequently criticized by fickle fight fans for following game plans that win fights, but not the hearts of the asses in seats.
Whatever merits the charge has, or doesn't, in the interest of fairness, every single person in the sport has to acknoeldge that at what many are calling the greatest card in UFC history, several of the greatest, most exciitng fighters were from Jackson's MMA.
Jackson's MMA fighter Adlan Amagov dirty boxed T.J. Waldburger into a hospital visit.
Jackson's MMA fighter John Dodson won KO of the Night, sending Darrell Montague face first to the canvas at 4:15 of the first.
Jackson's MMA fighter Sarah Kaufman lost to Jessica Eye in a disputed Split Decision, in a fight that saw her rally in the 3rd, scoring a knockdown. Judge Ruben Najera, who had never judged a major card before, called the thrid round for Eye. Najera also scored Tim Boetsch vs. C.B. Dollaway by 30-26 Boetsch. It is not likely Najera will ever judge a major card again. And it is certain Kaufman will continue to entertain the fans for a long time to come.
And my GOD this Diego Sanchez. Gil Melendez won the fight, but Diego Sanchez was fully half of not just the Fight of the Night, but maybe the fight of the sport.
Give credit where credit is due, in what many call the most exciting card in UFC history, Jackson's MMA fighters were lighting up the night.