How much taunting is too much?
In the opening minute, Santos (31-8 MMA) tagged Lohore (18-5 MMA) with an overhand right. Lohore landed on all fours, where he was met with a series of follow-up shots by his Brazilian opponent. Referee Leon Roberts stopped the fight after seven or eight punches landed, but Santos decided to add insult to injury.
As Lohore staggered to his feet, the Germany-based Santos taunted his stunned foe. Santos signaled for Lohore to keep his mouth shut and made faces at the Englishman who was being held up by the referee.
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With the victory, Santos has won seven of his most recent eight outings. As for Lohore, the Englishman now has dropped two out of his last three fights.
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Cage Warriors 111 took place Friday, Nov. 22 at Indigo at the O2 in London. The card streamed on UFC Fight Pass.
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