However, there is a stacked 15-fight card for the promotion’s return to the ABC network next weekend, on April 10th. The card was set to be headlined by Marvin Vettori and Darren Till. Unfortunately, Till has suffered a broken collarbone, forcing the English superstar to withdraw from the contest.
UFC 260 saw the crowning of a new heavyweight champion, the predator, Francis Ngannou. With a big month of mixed martial arts ahead, here are the fights that I think should be made.
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Welcome back to the Post-Fight report card, where I will be breaking down the results and assigning each fighter a letter grade for their performance.
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Furthermore, Ariel Helwani broke the news today that Khamzat is targeting a July return to the Octagon after an interview with Ali Abdelaziz, Chimaev’s manager. He is hoping for a bout with no. 9-ranked Neil Magny.
In our main event, Heavyweight GOAT Stipe Miocic will defend his title against the fearsome Francis Ngannou in a rematch, while Alexander Volkanovski will make his second defense against Brian Ortega down at 145 pounds. The rest of the card is stacked as well, with former champion Tyron Woodley and rising star Sean O’Malley adorning the undercard.
Tate is still just 34 years old and should still be in her athletic prime by MMA standards, but she has received an optimal matchup for her return. “Cupcake” is currently booked to fight Marion Reneau at a UFC event on July 17th.
Welcome to the first edition of our UFC post-fight report cards, where I will be breaking down the fights and awarding each fighter a letter grade for their performances.