Produced by Pharoahe Monch, the song features an upbeat sound and a prominent use of horns played by Tower of Power. It features encouraging raps provided by Pharoahe Monch as well as background vocals sung by MeLa Machinko and Showtyme. The song contains an interpolation from Joe Zawinul 's "Country Preacher. The song failed to chart, yet it received generally positive critical attention.
They stand and exchange jabs until Quinn shoots for a single leg. Surin sprawls heavy to block and reverses the takedown to wind up on top in guard. Surin looks to pass to side control but Quinn kicks him away and gets up at Surin tries to jump on his back against the fence.
Surin slips off at and Quinn has an anaconda choke attempt. Quinn lets it go at and instead looks to take the back. That fails and Surin is back on top in side control.
Surin lands some elbows to the head as Quinn tries to push off the fence with his feet. Surin loses control and Quinn stands at Surin pushes him back down looking for a guillotine, lets it go and lands a right hand. Quinn cuts an angle and looks for yet another takedown late in the round.
They stand before the bell. Final result: All three judges score it for Ryan Quinn by unanimous decision. Joaquin Buckley. Black trunks, blue gloves, for Buckley fighting out of St. Louis, Missouri. Our referee in charge is Bryan Miner.
Round 1: Both men are mixing it up in the center right away. DeJesus lands a right head kick and a left hook as he tries to back Buckley up. Buckley keeps swarming forward with a flurry of punches. Buckley hits a takedown at when DeJesus is off balance from a kick and lets him right back up.
DeJesus clips him with a right at DeJesus sends Buckley reeling back to the fence to avoid a flurry of his foe. DeJesus slips again as he tries a knee up the middle.
Buckley lands a combo at and tries to follow with a high kick that's checked. Another connects at 3 minutes and DeJesus responds with a leg kick. Buckley flurries and DeJesus briefly cuts the angle and has him against the fence. Buckley goes to the body and DeJesus goes high. Buckley tries a spin kick.
DeJesus takes Buckley down at right into closed guard. Buckley is frantically trying to get back up. DeJesus throws an axe kick on the ground and the announcers debate if it was legal as his mouthpiece goes flying. DeJesus gets full mount for ground and pound to end a round in his favor. Round 2: Buckley clips DeJesus a couple of times in the first 30 seconds, his right hand in particular finding a home, but the left also catching the chin.
Buckley picks up DeJesus and slams him down hard at 55 seconds. The action stalls there as Buckley is stuck in full guard, though DeJesus does land a nice elbow from the bottom. DeJesus kicks him away at and gets back to his feet. Buckley keeps him pushed into the fence and throws a right hand at before backing away and resetting. Buckley with a head kick, dropping levels, and he gets the takedown at DeJesus is trying to get a wrist lock submission, transitions to a kimura, Buckley rolls and gets free at and is on top in guard.
Buckley pounds on the ribs of DeJesus and lets him up to stand and bang with 25 seconds to go, but DeJesus immediately goes for a takedown of his own and gets it. Round 3: DeJesus gets a takedown 20 seconds into R3. Buckley gets back up at 52 seconds and throws a front kick that DeJesus shrugs off. DeJesus smiles at his opponent as he tries to find the range and misses, but it's DeJesus who is connecting with the range and who also lands a knee.
Front kick to the body. Buckley is taken down again as we we pass the 2 minutes mark. DeJesus is trying to pass to side control and look for another submission. He gets it at and briefly has the back but loses it and Buckley springs back to his feet and clips him with a couple of shots. DeJesus pushes Buckley into the fence looking for a takedown and eats a couple elbows to the head.
They break apart with 90 seconds left. Buckley lands a right hand. DeJesus with a kick. Buckley with a kick and he faints a jump knee. DeJesus shoots, Buckley sprawls and punches the ribs.
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