A back and forth action right from the first moment as both Stephens and Emmett played the counter game well. Emmett landed a jab cross and Stephens came back with a spinning backfist. It looked as if for every strike they had another strike ready to launch. As they both engage, Stephens lands a powerful left hook that drops Emmett to the mat covering up ad trying to get back but eats a grazig knee that drops him again and the final elbows seal the deal at 1:35 secs of the second round.
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