With one week to go before UFC 205s blockbuster lightweight title fight, Tony Ferguson has certainly built a strong case to face the winner.Ferguson (22-3) claimed his ninth victory in a row at UFC Fight Night on Saturday, defeating former champion Rafael dos Anjos via unanimous decision in Mexico City. All three judges saw it exactly the same, 48-47 in Fergusons favor.The five-round fight was probably not as close as scores indicated. With the exception of the opening round, Ferguson more or less imposed his will. He bloodied dos Anjos face with the jab and had tremendous success with the leg kick. He wobbled him with a knee in the fourth round and outlanded him in overall strikes 187-to-114.In the second round, dos Anjos complained to referee Herb Dean of an accidental eye-poke. Dean didnt stop the bout, but Ferguson willingly stopped the action and let dos Anjos recover. The Brazilian said the eye-poke continued to affect him after the restart but still credited Ferguson on the win.Tony was better tonight, dos Anjos said. I felt like his thing on my eyes bothered me a little in the second. I was seeing double. Thats no excuse. Tony did a great job. He was the better fighter tonight.Dos Anjos (25-9) has now dropped back-to-back fights for just the second time in his 12-year career. He looked sharp in the first frame, as he countered Fergusons pressure with an accurate left-hand counter. He also swept Ferguson clean off his feet with an outside leg kick.He appeared to find his timing again in the third, catching Ferguson with a high head kick and more straight lefts. Ferguson, 32, marched straight through the shots though and answered with offense of his own. He attempted a handful of awkward takedown attempts, barrel rolling into dos Anjoss ankles, but ultimately didnt need one to finish ahead on the scorecards.Ferguson, who trains out of Southern California, entered the weekend ranked the No. 4 lightweight in the world, according to ESPN.com. Dos Anjos, who lost the UFC 155-pound title to Eddie Alvarez in July, came in at No. 2.Ferguson was supposed to face Khabib Nurmagomedov in April but was forced to pull out due to injury. He eventually fought UFC newcomer Lando Vannata in July, whom he defeated by second-round submission. El Cucuy has finished six opponents during his current win streak.Sanchez surprises Held in debutVeteran lightweight Diego Sanchez added another upset win to his resume, as he outworked UFC newcomer Marcin Held in a three-round unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-27).Sanchez (26-10) avoided multiple submission attempts from Held (22-5), who tired as the fight wore on. The closest Held came to finishing the fight was with a standing guillotine in the first, but Sanchez, in a very unique move, somersaulted himself off the fence to break away from the hold.In the later rounds, Helds focus turned exclusively to submission attempts off his back. He rolled for one leg lock after another, but Sanchez calmly spun out of each and scored points from the top. He rocked Held with a big elbow out of the guard in the third.Sanchez, 34, has alternated wins and losses in his last six fights.Lamas forces Oliveira to tap outFeatherweight Ricardo Lamas (17-5) survived multiple bad positions in the opening round before eventually submitting Charles Oliveira (21-7) via guillotine choke at 2 minutes,13 seconds of the second round.Lamas, who had a scheduled fight against BJ Penn canceled last month, accepted the Oliveira bout, even after the Brazilian missed weight by 9 pounds on Friday.Oliveira got off to a good start, securing a body triangle in the first round and nearly finishing the fight with a rear-naked choke. Lamas managed to survive, however, and turn the tide in the second.Oliveira has now tapped to a guillotine in back-to-back fights. The submission ace fell to former lightweight champ Anthony Pettis in August. For Lamas, it marks his fifth career submission win.Dariush outpoints MagomedovLightweight Beneil Dariush (14-2) improved to 7-1 in his last eight fights, defeating Rashid Magomedov (19-2) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).Dariush immediately said he felt the effects of Mexico Citys high altitude, although it didnt prevent him from a victory. Fighting out of Kings MMA in Southern California, Dariush picked his shots on the feet and did well controlling position against Magomedov in the clinch.Thats where the majority of the fight took place. The two spent some time at a boxing range, trading punches, but the bout was won in the clinch. Dariush scored points with knees and consistently put Magomedovs back to the fence. The overall stats were close, however.Dariushs only loss in the last two years came via submission to Michael Chiesa in April. Magomedov suffered the first loss of his UFC career.Grasso successful in UFC debutMexican strawweight Alexa Grasso enjoyed a successful UFC debut, defeating Heather Jo Clark via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).Grasso (9-0) outlanded Clark (7-6) 80-to-37 in total strikes according to Fightmetric. Grasso strung together a few good combinations early in the bout and popped Clark with several kicks to the body. Clarks nose was bloodied early in the fight.The 23-year-old Grasso appeared to slow down a bit in the third, but Clark couldnt mount a comeback. The loss was Clarks second in a row. She came up short to Polish title-challenger Karolina Kowalkiewicz in May.The UFC signed Grasso away from all-female fight promotion Invicta FC earlier this year. She has finished four of her nine career victories via knockout. Kenneth Faried Jersey . LeBron James and Chris Bosh didnt need any more. 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He was fined $30,000 for a hit on the New York Jets Jeff Cumberland in Week 1. On a day that India lost the toss and conceded 311 for 4, there was little consolation for them at the end. Mohammed Shami, who had hobbled off during the middle session with what at the time looked like a hamstring issue, came back in the final session to continue bowling despite obvious discomfort. That he was even taking the risk, suggested it was not a hamstring trouble. Indias batting coach Sanjay Bangar confirmed at the end of the day that it was a cramp, and that Shami was expected to bowl on day two.As the physio has told us, it was actually muscular cramps, Bangar said. And he took an ice bath in that break [when Shami went off before tea]. He was fine to bowl after that. He is being monitored closely. And apart from the cramps, I dont think there is much to it. Hopefully he will be fresher tomorrow. He will be fitter and raring to go tomorrow in the first session.That Shami was available in the final session was part of the reason why India didnt take the new ball even though they bowled 93 overs. In what should be a good sign for England, the ball was reversing even at 80 overs old, which was why India persisted with it, according to Bangar.You must have noticed that at that time there was a lot of reverse swing on offer, Bangar said. Mohammed Shami was available to bowl, even Umesh Yadav put in a valiant effort. Once Shami was not available before tea and after tea for a particular amount of time, Umesh ran in well and got us that breakthrough [Roots wicket on 124]. He was pretty impressive, getting the ball to reverse both ways. So was Shami. That was the reason we felt that the wicket-taking possibility with the old ball was higher at that point. Bangar was hopeful India could turn things around on the second morning. The game changes very quickly, Bangar said. A couple of wickets - obviously they are ffour down at the moment - a couple of wickets and we could make inroads quickly and wrap them up hopefully within a session and a half.dddddddddddd So you never know in cricket. Its just day one and we would have still been in a good position had we taken probably six wickets and conceded 30 or 40 fewer runs.Instead of the second morning, though, India had the chance of making those early inroads on the first day when they dropped both the openers early. The first session of day one of a Test match, there is always something in the wicket, he said. Whether you bat first or bowl first you have to make the first session count. Send the right message across. Couple of dropped chances unfortunately didnt allow us to make those early dents into their batting. They have been actually losing their openers pretty quickly in the couple of Test matches they have played [in Bangladesh]. That set us back a little bit. By lunch we still managed to take three wickets, but we would have taken that at the start of the Test.On a day that questions were asked of Indias bowling on a pitch that was not turning big, fielders dropping catches and a few of them generally looking listless, the batting coach was left to answer the press conference. He put up a brave face, saying England made the most of the conditions, but also ended it with a rider on day one, which could suggest conditions are expected to get worse for batting significantly. Had we taken those catches our bowlers would have asked questions about their middle order pretty early in the innings, Bangar said. Apart from that, due credit to their batsmen who applied themselves really well and made full use of the conditions on offer here on day one. 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