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Multi-year after their lightweight duel was damaged by Eddie Alvarez's unlawful knees, Dustin Poirier demonstrated that retribution was best served fiercely on Saturday. 

Poirier (24-5, 1 NC) survived both Alvarez's never amazing and an unlawful 12-to-6 elbow that undermined to destroy their rematch only minutes previously Poirier recorded a reverberating second-round TKO in the headliner of UFC on Fox at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary. All the while, the scorching Poirier may have anchored a future title shot at 155 pounds. 
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"I disclosed to you so," Poirier said rebelliously after the session. "I disclosed to you so." 

In spite of the fact that Poirier initially vouched for Alvarez (29-6, 1 NC) in the outcome of their first gathering at UFC  news 211 in May 2017, the development to their rematch was overwhelmed by waste talk and explanations from both that the other was very nearly stopping as Alvarez conveyed the unlawful blows which made the battle end by means of no challenge. 

"What truly irritated me this entire camp and after the battle is the manner by which I went to bat for this man in Dallas, Texas, and afterward he returns to state I quit," Poirier said. "I'll never stop, I'll bite the dust in here. This is my specialty, I live for this regular, throughout the day. This is the kind of person I am, I'm a contender on the most fundamental level. I'll never stop in here, that is sickening to hear." 

The first round played out fundamentally the same as their first battle as Poirier, 29, handled the cleaner shots in an exceptionally strategic round. Be that as it may, much the same as the first run through, firecrackers resulted in one round later. 

The 34-year-old Alvarez, a previous UFC news champion who was battling out the keep going session on his agreement, turned out forceful and scored a couple of early takedowns. Alvarez cut Poirier with punches and quickly worked a neck wrench. Be that as it may, his predominant position was taken away halfway through the round. Alvarez endeavored an illicit 12-to-6 elbow from his knees while Poirier was situated against the enclosure, causing arbitrator Marc Goddard to stand them up and sternly caution Alvarez. 

"The elbow really arrived on my shoulder, it didn't hurt me by any means," Poirier said. "It felt like a typical elbow, I'm not by any means beyond any doubt. After the battle, Eddie stated, 'They stood you up, however,' as in I won the battle hence. Be that as it may, don't toss a 12-to-6 elbow simply as you don't knee a brought down adversary." 

After the unlawful strike, the activity just strengthened on the feet. A straight left hand from the southpaw Poirier hurt Alvarez and he took after with a knee to the chest and seven straight punches which landed flush and supported Alvarez up to the enclosure. 

Given Alvarez's history of fighting through torment and harm, Goddard enabled him to hang in spite of continuing huge discipline against the confine. In spite of the fact that Alvarez was countering with haymakers, Poirier remained balanced and dismantled him with a ruthless arrangement of punches, lower arms, kicks, and knees until the point when Alvarez crumbled to the ground and Goddard waved it off at 4:05."I felt great coming in here. This is the quietest I've at any point being," Poirier said. "This is my 30th expert battle. I'm a youthful veteran and I simply feel at home in here." 

Poirier, who enhanced to 7-1 since coming back to lightweight, required a title shot after the battle. 

"Simply take a gander at my reputation," Poirier said. "Eddie Alvarez, previous champ. Anthony Pettis, previous champ. Justin Gaethje, previous champ. Eddie Alvarez, previous champ. That is four champions consecutively. What else do I get the opportunity to do, that resembles my 25th battle in the UFC? Khabib [Nurmagomedov], where you at?" 

Despite the fact that Poirier could see a title shot in his future throughout the following year, the division stays as swarmed as ever. Nurmagomedov is required to confront returning the previous champion Conor McGregor later this fall and Poirier may even now end up behind Tony Ferguson in the pecking request when all is said and done.

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