Mitch Clarke has been fighting in the Octagon since 2011, but he’s earned a record of 2-4, and is probably only on this card because it’s in Edmonton, Alberta and Clarke is from Edmonton, Alberta. Alex White isn’t really a world-beater, but with a UFC record of 2-3, that makes him – what? Slightly better than Clarke?
The opening round sees White opt to throw leather while Clarke tries to snuff those flames with takedown attempts. He’s largely unsuccessful, though, and whenever he steps into range he’s eating knuckles. The round ends with them clinching, which has to be a good thing for Clarke, since he’s not getting punched…
Clarke tries to throw some punches of his own in the second, but after he lands one, White starts blasting him with elbows. He’s instantly bloody, and soon White is sending him to the canvas with a right. When White drops him again, that’s enough for the ref, who jumps in and waves the bout off.
That’s it for Clarke, who retires after this loss.
Results: Alex White def. Mitch Clarke via TKO (Punches) at 4:36, R2