The second edition of the Immortal League turned out to be a complete success in which Venezuela managed to defend its territory and kept the champion title in the hands of Daniel 'Mejicano' Roja.
The fighter managed to overcome his opponent, the Dominican Junior "Dominicana Samurai" Fraziel, in just 16 seconds of the first round with an impressive knockout.
With this performance, the Mexican, a native of Petare, managed to break a record in Venezuela with the fastest knockout in the history of mixed martial arts (MMA).
"Thank you for having attended, for supporting all the Venezuelan athletes, and well I threw my right hand and -Fraziel- he ate it" Mejicano said between laughs after achieving victory.
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This was not the only victory for Venezuela against foreign fighters, since Luis "La máquina" Aular managed to defeat the Dominican Vicent "El Cuco" Van Gogh by abandonment after exhaustion.
For his part, Deibi "Morocho" Tachón from the capital beat Dominican Tonito "El Príncipe" Feliz by unanimous decision in the Bantamweight category.
The last international match was won by the Dominican, after Carlos "Pasion" Santana defeated Rainier "el Pitbull" Noguera by split decision of the judges.
In the female category, the performances of Gaby Sousa and Betzua Atenea Morales stood out, who won their fights against Dargley Reyes and Stephanya "The Queen" Zaravella respectively.