Previous Alabama linebacker Eryk Anders procured his first UFC triumph in quite a while when he dealt with

Kyle Daukaus in the second round of a middleweight session at UFC on ESPN 42 on Saturday night at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.

Anders won by a TKO with left 2:45 in the subsequent round, when ref Keith Peterson halted the match.

In his most memorable battle since May 21, Anders remained off the mat against Daukaus while putting his adversary on it.

In the main round, Anders dropped.Daukaus with punches two times and tossed him to the material once.

In the subsequent round, AnderS put down Daukaus, and when his adversary attempted to snatch his legs, Anders drove him away

and circled back to his rival down,  beating on Daukaus' head for 19 seconds until Peterson mediated. The completion was

the first for Anders since he took out Vinicius Moreira at 1:18 of the principal round on June 29, 2019, at UFC on ESPN 3.

The triumph was the first for Anders since he scored a consistent choice Over Darren Stewart on June 12, 2021, at UFC 263.

From that point forward, Anders has lost by accommodation to Andre Muniz on Dec. 11 at UFC 269 and by split choice to Jun Yong Park on May 21 at UFC Battle Night 206.

Anders has a UFC record of 7-7 and expert MMA sign of 15-7. Anders is 5-5 as a middleweight and 2-2 as a light heavyweight in UFC.

A Philadelphia contender, Daukaus' UFC record dropped to 2-4. He has a 11-4 record as a MMA expert.