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His beard is so big, if he were to shave it off, he would probably be able to move down a weight class. Both have had had their fair share of back-and-forth wars. Expect Ellenberger to throw everything at his opponent in front of the home crowd in what is likely to be his last UFC fight. But Bryan is younger, tougher and more resilient.
Barberena by TKO in the second round. Deiveson Figueiredo is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter with 14 wins and no losses on his record. He escapes takedowns with ease, scrambling over his opponents and making creative use of his BBJ skills. Both are experienced fighters, but Figueiredo has the momentum and a stronger ground game. It was not the prettiest fight, but he lasted five rounds and lost to a split decision that many news outlets had scored his way.
Tim Williams looks uncannily like Deadpool. No, not that one. The first Deadpool, the awful one. He has 15 wins, nine by way of submission and 4 losses, all but one of these outside the UFC. This will be his second fight in the UFC, coming after a knockout at the hands of Oskar Piechota in round 1. Both men are big middleweights, so assuming all goes well with the weight cut, expect a short and explosive fight. Two welterweight fights, a bantamweight and a middleweight match-up make up the Prelims.
Veteran James Krause is coming off a four-fight win streak and will meet Warley Alves who has won his last two. Andrew Sanchez was scheduled to face Antonio Braga Neto, but Neto pulled out at the start of the month.
George Sullivan might be the first step toward this, the veteran is 11 years older than the favourite Gall and has had a couple of doping violations to his name. And Brazilian veteran Rani Yahya faces Luke Sanders in a Bantamweight fight to open the show, and because Sanders has a top-knot, we will be cheering for his opponent. Preliminary Fights Two welterweight fights, a bantamweight and a middleweight match-up make up the Prelims.
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Descending order Ascending order. You must log in or sign up to post here. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: Dillashaw, of course, was the man who lost the bantamweight title to Cruz back in January , but he has bounced back with unanimous decision wins over John Lineker and Raphael Assuncao to land this title shot, and he has been talking a good game heading into this meeting with Garbrandt.
However, I do not expect the challenger to back up his talk with a victory. Tough-as-nails Rose Namajunas is the next fighter looking to rip the title away from Jedrzejczyk, having produced arguably the best performance of her career to submit Michelle Waterson in April.
On the ground she has the edge in this one, but the problem is the champion is an elite striker with excellent takedown defence. Namajunas is going to have an incredibly hard time trying to get Jedrzejczyk to the canvas and she is going to get picked apart on the feet. Expect another striking masterclass from the champion that results in a decision victory. Method Of Victory Tip Jedrzejczyk by dec.