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Spartan Outlet sponsored MMA fighter Tim Wilde victorious at Cage Warriors 78

Posted by Chris Pattihis on

spartanoutlet.com sponsored MMA fighter Tim Wilde fought a hard and well deserved unanimous victory at Liverpool's Echo Arena last night at Cage Warriors 78 event.

We will leave it to the professionals over at www.mmajunkie.com to tell you all about it:

A mixed offensive repertoire was the key in helping Tim Wilde (9-2) score arguably the most noteworthy victory of his career against three-time UFC veteran Mickael Lebout (14-7-1).

Wilde knew what he was in for against Lebout, a lightweight fighter that’s known to be durable and go the distance in almost every fight. Wilde beat him up both on the feet and ground, bloodying Lebout’s face and neutralizing much of his offense over the course of 15 minutes to win a unanimous decision.

Following a knockout loss to Scott Clist at Cage Warrior 77 in July, Wilde was in need of rebound performance to get back on track just eight weeks later. It didn’t go well at first, because Lebout came out strong to start the fight and performed well in the first round. The Frenchman faded as the fight wore on, though, and that allowed Wilde’s superior conditioning to kick in and help him take over.

Wilde essentially flipped the script on Lebout, because he was the one to show the craftiness to win crucial rounds and take the fight by scores of 29-27, 29-28 and 29-28.

“I wouldn’t say I started slow – I was a big nervous and I couldn’t get going in the first round,” Wilde said in his post-fight interview. “But then I got my wind and got myself going in the second round. Hats off to Lebout, he’s a tough, tough son of a (expletive).”

To read the full results coverage of Cage Warriors 78 on MMA Junkie please click the link below.

http://mmajunkie.com/2016/09/cage-warriors-78-results-teammates-fishgold-and-pimblett-score-quick-title-fight-wins

Once again a massive congratulations to Tim from everyone here at www.spartanoutlet.com and we can't wait to see Tim in action again soon in what will hopefully be his step up fight to the UFC!


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