MMA | 1 year ago

There'll be no tough chewing for poor Peggy Morgan this weekend.

The Invicta featherweight was stopped in the first round by 7-2 Australian fighter Megan Anderson at Invicta 18 on Friday night.

A series of right hands signalled the beginning of the end for Morgan, who you may remember from her time on The Ultimate Fighter 18.

Anderson continued her onslaught and referee Mike England had seen enough at 4:09 of the opening round.

And it seems to have been the right call judging by the injury sported by Morgan as she returned to her corner.

Sport hurts, folks.

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