Source: Getty ImagesWatch this fight on ESPN+Alex Pereira has been in the UFC for just two years. And now he’s won championships in two different weight classes. Pereira stopped Jiri Prochazka via TKO at 4:08 of the second round Saturday night in the main event of UFC 295 at Madison Square Garden. Pereira is now the UFC light heavyweight champion. The belt was vacant coming into the bout. Pereira was previously the UFC middleweight champion earlier this year. He is now the ninth two-division champion in UFC history. Pereira dropped Prochazka with a left hook with Pereira’s back against the cage. Prochazka was clearly hurt and Pereira fell right into mount, landing punches and elbows in the process. Prochazka seemed to still be fighting back, but referee Marc Goddard called the bout off. Some fans in attendance booed at the stoppage. Afterward, Pereira called out Adesanya to move up to light heavyweight and face him. Pereira and Adesanya are 1-1 in the UFC and Pereira has beaten him twice in kickboxing. It’s more likely Hill will be next for Pereira when Hill recovers. Pereira (9-2), a training partner of Teixeira, is the only fighter to headline back-to-back UFC cards at Madison Square Garden. The Brazilian-born fighter, who lives and trains in Connecticut, knocked out Israel Adesanya to win the UFC middleweight title at MSG in November 2022. Pereira, 36, is a former two-division Glory Kickboxing champion and was recently inducted into that promotion’s Hall of Fame. He is now 3-0 at MSG in his career. Prochazka (29-4-1) had won 13 straight fights, including his first three in the UFC by finish coming in. The Czech Republic native beat Teixeira to win the UFC light heavyweight title in June 2022. Prochazka, 31, is the former light heavyweight champion of Japan’s Rizin promotion.