Kyacey Uscola Destroys Doug Marshall At TPF 6: High Stakes


MMANEWS.COM Staff Writer

Tachi Palace Fights 6 took pace yesterday in Lemoore, California, where an assortment of recognizable fighters took to the cage to wage war. Amongst the nine scheduled bouts, a hefty number of MMA standouts poured forth some thrilling bouts. Some of those familiar faces snatched victory, while a handful came up short.

Noteworthy bouts on the card include grizzled veteran and TUF alum Kyacey Uscola, who required less than four full minutes to obliterate former WEC champion Doug Marshall. Marshall, known for his tenacity and willingness to bang was taken to the mat quickly, from there demise seemed all but inevitable as Uscola had his way with the California representative. The end came just 3:17 into the bout when Uscola put Marshall


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