Jared Rosholt kept rolling with his third straight victory in a lackluster affair with a unanimous decision victory over Stefan Struve at UFC 193.
Rosholt used a wrestling heavy performance to keep Struve on his back for the majority of the fight much to the chagrin of the Australian audience in attendance.
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Struve used his distance to keep Rosholt away early, but finally after about two minutes the American wrestler stepped forward with the takedown. Rosholt struggled to find much success on the ground thanks to Struve's guard game although he maintained control on top.
Heading into round two, Struve tried his best to keep it standing as Rosholt continued to press forward and look for the clinch against the cage.
Similar to round one with just over two minutes to go, Rosholt slipped under for a single leg takedown where he landed on top yet again. Rosholt couldn't do much with the position but he kept Struve stuck under him for the remainder of the five minute session.
Likely down two rounds to none, Struve plodded forward but showed no urgency as the time started ticking away on his chance to surge for a comeback.
Struve finally landed a solid combination of punches that slowed Rosholt down a bit, but a few seconds later he was planted back on the mat courtesy of another takedown as the Melbourne crowd let them hear their disappointment.
When it was all over, the judges all scored the fight 29-28 for Rosholt, who moves his record to 6-1 overall in the UFC since joining the promotion in 2013.