Islam Makhachev Wins UFC 284, Becomes P4P King

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UFC 284 was an exciting night of fights that saw Islam Makhachev survive a late knockdown from a cut and bloody Alexander Volkanovski to become the new pound-for-pound king. The fight was a back-and-forth battle that saw both fighters have their moments of success.

Makhachev started the fight strong, using his superior wrestling to take down Volkanovski and control the action on the ground. He was able to land some hard shots from the top position and even threatened with a few submission attempts. Volkanovski was able to get back to his feet and land some hard shots of his own, but Makhachev was able to weather the storm and keep the fight on the ground.

The second round saw Volkanovski come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Makhachev down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Makhachev was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The third round saw Makhachev come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Volkanovski down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Volkanovski was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The fourth round saw Volkanovski come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Makhachev down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Makhachev was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The fifth round saw Makhachev come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Volkanovski down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Volkanovski was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The sixth round saw Volkanovski come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Makhachev down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Makhachev was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The seventh round saw Makhachev come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Volkanovski down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Volkanovski was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The eighth round saw Volkanovski come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Makhachev down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Makhachev was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The ninth round saw Makhachev come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Volkanovski down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Volkanovski was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

The tenth round saw Volkanovski come out with a renewed sense of urgency, as he was able to land some hard shots and take Makhachev down. He was able to land some hard ground and pound and even threatened with a few submission attempts of his own. Makhachev was able to survive the onslaught and get back to his feet.

In the end, Makhachev was able to survive a late knockdown from a cut and bloody Volkanovski to become the new pound-for-pound king. The fight was a back-and-forth battle that saw both fighters have their moments of success. Makhachev was able to use his superior wrestling to control the action on the ground and land some hard shots from the top position. Volkanovski was able to land some hard shots of his own and even threatened with a few submission attempts. In the end, Makhachev was able to survive the onslaught and become the new pound-for-pound king.