Following a couple of tough losses in a row, Lipski had her back against the wall but she put on arguably one of her most complete performances to date as she dominated Bohm on the feet and nearly earned a finish in almost every round until the fight was over. The final scorecards all read 30-27 with Lipski getting the unanimous decision victory.
“I want to keep improving,” Lipski said while giving thanks to her coaches and teammates at American Top Team. “I love entertaining people at home. I’m fighting with my heart and I can’t wait for what’s next. I know I have a lot to learn but I know I’m on the right way.”
Lipski was head hunting in the opening round as she looked to overwhelm the UFC newcomer with Bohm still settling onto her first appearance in the octagon. Showing composure along with aggression, Lipski unleashed a slick combination that saw her connect on a couple of really stiff punches that snapped Bohm’s head back as she grabbed onto the clinch to stall the Brazilian’s momentum.
The confidence in Lipski’s hands only continued to grow as the fight moved forward as she was consistently beating Bohm to the punch during nearly every exchange. Lipski was setting up her strikes, which allowed her to find a home for several powerful shots including an overhand right that seemingly put Bohm on wobbly legs for a moment.
Lipski followed that up with another right hand later in the round that sat Bohm down on the canvas as German fighter shifted into survival mode just to make it until the horn sounded.
With five minutes remaining, Lipski drew blood on her opponent with a kick to the face that saw Bohm’s nose start leaking. Lipski then showcased her hands with a great body shot followed by a stinging right hand to the head that put Bohm down on the canvas yet again.
While Bohm was able to hang onto end of the third round, Lipski was completely dominant from start to finish as she picks up a convincing win to bounce back from her recent losses.