After a fun Fight Night card to open up the month, the UFC will put on its Pay Per View offering of June on June 12th, with two title rematches […]
The Pay-Per-View offering for the month of April takes place next weekend in Houston, Texas. UFC 262 is stacked from top to bottom with pivotal top-ranked clashes and the vacant […]
Perhaps the most intriguing news from this report is that this bout will be the first five round non-title co-main event in UFC history. Even with no gold on the line, we can expect this two big name draws to battle it out for 25 minutes or less.
After an impressive first round, Edwards landed two eye pokes on Muhammad, the latter of which sent him to the floor in tears. The doctor was called in and we were shown in brutal nature the extent of Belal’s injuries. While crying on the floor with blood pouring from his eye, Belal simply stated “I can’t see anything”.
This weekend, we have a Fight Night event that is filled to the brim with fifteen scheduled bouts. Our main event is a Welterweight collision between top contender Leon Edwards and Belal Muhammad, who stepped in for the COVID-reeling Khamzat Chimaev.