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Anthony Perosh Not Planning To Go To A Decision For First Time

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Anthony Perosh’s career has spanned several years and taken him all over the world.

During his 15 career victories, he’s always found a way to either knockout or submit his opponent. Tonight at UFC Fight Night 65, he’ll try to make Sean O’Connell No. 16 when the two meet on UFC Fight Pass.

Perosh (15-8) finished off 2014 with a submission win over Guto Inocente, pushing his mark to 4-2 over his last six. That also includes knockouts of Vinny Magalhaes and Nick Penner, along with a submission vs. Cyrille Diabate.

“I’ll take whatever comes first,” he said, during a recent interview with Submission Radio. “If I knock him out with my right hand or left hook, then I’ll knock him out.

“If I take him down and pass his guard and choke him out, I’ll do that too.”

So far, he’s preferred the latter, scoring 10 submission wins to five knockouts. Five of his eight career losses have also ended early.