Perry defeats Gall at UFC on ESPN 12

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

“Platinum” Mike Perry came into the co-main event without a corner. He fired his corner before the fight and just had his girlfriend to help him. 

Despite not being coached throughout the fight, Perry was able to get the win. He defeated welterweight Mickey Gall on Saturday night at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mike Perry punching Mickey Gall (Photo by UFC News/Twitter)

Perry won the fight by unanimous decision. All three judges had the fight 29-28. 

Perry has his way with Gall in the fight, as he had more than 4 minutes in top guard in the 15-minute fight. Despite having the advance on the top guard, Gall fought back. 

The fight was close throughout. Both men were dominant at times throughout the three-round battle.

With the win, Perry is now 14-6 in his MMA career. This was just his third unanimous decision win in his career. 

Perry ended his two fight skid with this win. It was his first win since he had defeated Alex Oliveira — also by unanimous decision — on April 27, 2019. 

His two fight losing streak was to Vicente Luque and Geoff Neal.

With the loss, Gall fell to 6-3 in his MMA career. In his last six bouts, he has traded a win with a loss, going W-L, W-L, and W-L.

Gall has lost two fights by unanimous decision. He also lost to Randy Brown by unanimous decision on UFC 217 on November 4, 2017. 

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