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Bellator 222 results: Valerie Loureda picks apart durable Larkyn Dasch

Posted On: Jun 15, 2019   |   Posted By: MMAjunkie

Bellator 222 results: Valerie Loureda picks apart durable Larkyn Dasch

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NEW YORK - Larkyn Dasch might've been touted as the “Hooters girl” in the lead-up to Bellator 222, but she showed much more than that with a display of toughness and tenacity in a lopsided loss to Valerie Loureda .
Loureda , the taekwondo stylist, used her wide-ranging striking arsenal to pick apart Dasch over the course of three rounds to win a unanimous decision.
The women's flyweight fight was part of the preliminary card of Friday night's Bellator 222 event at Madison Square Garden.
Dasch came out aggressively, trying to close the distance on Loureda, who appeared happy to counter strike. She caught Dasch with a clean shot that earned some respect before the fighters settled into something of a groove. Loureda focused mainly on throwing hands as Dasch winged wild shots out of desperation. Loureda stung Dasch with a hard body kick that forced a brief grappling exchange, but it didn't stay on...

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