Solo episode this week! Join Coby as he walks you through the fallout from UFC Vegas 22. Did Kevin Holland talk to much in his decision loss to Derek Brunson. […]
Middleweight: Abu Azaitar vs. Marc-Andre Barriault Abu Azaitar (14-2-1, 1-0 UFC) is an athlete out of Germany with Combat Club Cologne. It’s been a while since Azaitar made his way […]
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.
On the UFC Vegas 22 broadcast, the news was broken that Alexander Volkanovski will not be making his scheduled title defense opposite Brian Ortega.
Oh boy! What a week. We had yet another week of fouls messing up what began as fantastic contests. Leon Edwards stabbed Belal Muhammad’s eyeball which led to a No […]
Flyweight: JP Buys vs. Bruno Silva JP Buys (9-2, 0-0 UFC) is a 24-year-old prospect fighting out of Fortis MMA. The South African-born Buys is the former flyweight and bantamweight […]
Firstly, former champ TJ Dillashaw will be making his return to the Octagon after popping for EPO way back in January of 2019. He will take on the surging Cory Sandhagen as the main event for a Fight Night card on May 8th.