Higher Level fighter Keir Harvie secured a draw in his EFC 95 fight with Vince Bembe. Harvie dominated on the ground before finding himself in trouble following a huge slam.
The first round started with some solid exchanges between the two. After a short time though, Harvie took the action to the ground, securing the mount. Bembe though managed to escape and land some strikes of his own. As the end of the first round neared, Harvie locked in an armbar that looked as though it would snap Bembe’s arm, yet the fighter perceived, making it to the bell.
As the second got underway, Keir Harvie quickly took his opponent down again, this time securing the back mount. Harvie proceeded to work from there for the largest part of the round, looking for the neck. Bembe managed to astonishingly stand up and slam Harvie, who secured a body triangle and maintain it till the bell.
The third started with Harvie pressuring Bembe, who landed a trip and proceeded to kick at the Scots legs, before catching him illegally getting up and forcing a break in the action.
As the action got back underway, Harvie looked to have secured another armbar, but was violently slammed and hurt. Somehow, He managed to survive and secure a top position on the ground till the end of the fight.
The judge’s scorecards declared the bout a draw in what is sure to be disappointing to Harvie.
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