BLACHOWICZ VS SANTOS

The UFC heads into the Czech Republic in February to Get UFC Prague for Its next Series on ESPN+ on February 23.

We know the major event since it’s going to be a pivotal light heavyweight conflict between the No. 4 rated competition, Poland’s Jan Blachowicz (23-7) along with also the very energetic and harmful Brazilian, the No. 7 rated Thiago”Marreta” Santos (20-6).

Getting the work done by third-round TKO, Santos was likely to be stepping into confront Jimi Manuwa who’d require a replacement himself following an injury of his own.

BLACHOWICZ VS SANTOS

Santos again could score a big win with the entire second-round knockout hence setting himself as a hazard in both branches.

Next position in his way are the equally striking as of late, Jan Blachowicz who’s riding a strong four-fight winning series of his own.

The two Blachowicz and Thiago Santos have shown to be quite dangerous finishers during their careers so this struggle should be a fantastic bit of insanity for so long as it continues. Especially as each attempts to inch their manners which much nearer into title contention from the open 205-pound picture.

In terms of the remainder of UFC Prague, it is still gradually forming. Have a look below to find out what is now in shop (not all conflicts happen to be formally declared).

NGANNOU VS VELASQUEZ

Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight kingpin Cain Velasquez gets an unfriendly welcome back into the Octagon That This Sunday (Feb. 17, 2019). In the UFC Fight Ngannour vs Velasques, If he Chooses on Francis Ngannou inside Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix, Ariz., headlining the Advertising’s first-ever ESPN Fight Night.

We are juggling way too many vouchers nowadays; thus, let us see if we can not cover them all in one fell swoop. That is exactly what aggressive matchmaking is assumed to look like. Virtually every line this is accurate and reasonable.

That’s, regrettably, not excellent for the line of work.

What went wrong at UFC 234?

Well, the main event imploded, but we came out unscathed. Devonte Smith, Ricky Simon and Jalin Turner all performed up to expectations.

Emily Whitmire appears to be a good underdog investment, however. Albu’s had only 1 struggle in nearly four decades and seemed fair against Kailin Curran because bout. Whitmire’s the technical striker and Albu’s mix of poor struggle IQ and overuse of brute force along with her takedowns opens Whitmire’s floor game.

Additionally, a little on Andrea Lee might work, also. Ashlee Evans-Smith’s wrestling was underwhelming from the Octagon and Lee should have the ability to tear up her on the toes.

Kron Gracie is a monster in the mat, but has been out of action for a couple of decades, is still creating his striking, and mostly is determined by pulling guard for into his world. It is a whole lot tougher to snare someone against the border of the Octagon compared to the Rizin’ ring, also, so his inclination to only wade in before his opponent runs from space to escape is not likely to work. Caceres can win it by staying range and only picking off him all night, and seeing as we have got a small buffer setup following those early victories, I would say it is a chance worth buying.

UFC 234

Following a false start in Perth in ancient 2018, Australia will eventually get to see a home-grown UFC champion shield their belt.

When is UFC 234: Whittaker v Gastelum?

UFC 234 will occur on Sunday, February 10.

Whittaker vs Gastelum Live

As ever, Australians are in the mercy of time gap with the US, meaning that the card begins at 10:30am EDT Sunday morning, allowing for a Saturday night primetime slot from the States. The event comes only two weeks following UFC Adelaide.

Where is UFC 234

Australia is a favorite destination for the UFC, using a multitude of epic cards happening down under through recent years.

After illness and injury averted Whittaker struggling at UFC 221 at Perth at February 2018, president Dana White dedicated to bringing the advertising back with a different pay-per-view before too long. The UFC eventually affirmed in early November which 234 would happen at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, and White stated he”can not wait” The house of the Australian Open is a happy hunting ground for Whittaker, with knocked out Derek Brunson from the initial round back there in 2016. Once configured for MMA, the place has a capacity of approximately 14,000.

How to Watch?

The principal card, which is composed of the last five conflicts of the night, is a pay-per-view occasion and will start at 1:30pm. For all those punters trying to find a little more atmosphere, consult your favourite club or pub to find out whether they will be viewing it.

The event will get underway using all the Fight Pass prelims out of 10:30am that are only accessible through a UFC Fight Pass subscription.

These are followed closely with the ESPN prelims that may be viewed on ESPN from 11:30am. After a long partnership with Fox Sports, the UFC started a last-minute arrangement with ESPN at 2019.

FEDOR VS BADER

At long last, Bellator will crown a new heavyweight champion Saturday night.

Bellator 214 weigh-in video Live

The”at long last” part does not have anything related to the heavyweight championship that’s gone on for a year, even however, and culminates Saturday at the Bellator 214 major event at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.. The Principal card broadcasts on Paramount and flows on DAZN after prelims on MMAjunkie.

The latest Bellator heavyweight title fight happened in April 2014 when Vitaly Minakov defeat Cheick Kongo in Bellator 115 in his first title defense. Following that, he neglected to defend the buckle and eventually, in May 2016, the marketing stripped him of this name.

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Bellator 214 Fedor vS Bader live

So Bellator is coming three years with no heavyweight winner, and is coming five years because its latest research title fight. The winner not only requires the championship crownbut also the heavyweight belt.

So for our newest Daily Debatewe believed which possible result is the better one for Bellator. Could it be much better for your own promotion to get prior PRIDE champ Emelianenko because its brand new heavyweight king? Or could it be better for Bader to triumph — which makes him the advertising’s second two-division winner, and to hold 2 straps at precisely the exact same time?

Bellator 215 (meets John Douma)

It is going to be challenging for Mike Kimbel to improve his final outing.

Bellator 215 (meets John Douma)

Nevertheless, the fast-rising bantamweight will give it a go. Kimbel (2-0 MMA, 2-0 BMMA) was reserved for a struggle against John Douma (3-1 MMA, 0-0 BMMA) in Bellator 215 following month. Bellator officials confirmed the reservation to WTNH-TV in Connecticut.

Bellator 216 happens another night at precisely the exact same venue. The principal card, that will comprise Kimbel-Douma, airs on Paramount and flows on DAZN after prelims on MMAjunkie.

He completed Geoffrey Subsequently in 63 moments in his pro debut almost a year ago. In his followup last October, he pumped out Alex Potts in only six seconds, tied to the fastest end in Bellator history.

Douma won his first three pro fights below the CES MMA bannerby stoppaged. However, in CES MMA 50 at June 2018, Adam Acquaviva had stopped he for its very first loss of his livelihood.

Bellator 215 (meets John Douma)

With the addition, the Bellator 215 lineup now includes

  • Matt Mitrione vs. Sergei Kharitonov
  • Ilya Kotau vs. Pat McCrohan
  • Marisa Messer-Belenchia vs. Lindsey VanZandt
  • Jason Rine vs. Pete Rogers
  • Eduardo Dantas vs. Manny Vazquez
  • John Douma vs. Mike Kimbel

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Cejudo vs Dillashaw

UFC brought the fire in 2018 with one of its biggest years to date as far as big events go, and if the early slate of 2019 goes according to plan, it might just be better.

Henry Cejudo vs. T.J. Dillashaw: UFC Fight Night 143

Last year wrapped up with Max Holloway returning from a scary brain issue to knockout top contender Brian Ortega, as well as Jon Jones’ return to action. Plus, Khabib Nurmagomedov beat up and bullied Conor McGregor before jumping the Octagon fence and attacking one of McGregor’s teammates in the crowd.

Now, we are set to see three champions in action in the first five weeks of 2019. Flyweight champion Henry Cejudo kicks things off when he takes on bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw in a 125-pound superfight at the Barclays Arena. Then in February, Middleweight champion Robert Whittaker defends his title on home soil when he takes on Kelvin Gastelum in Melbourne, Australia. Plus, it’s the return of former heavyweight king Cain Velasquez when he battles Francis Ngnanou in his return from a two and a half year layoff.

Watch UFC Brooklyn 2019 Cejudo vs Dillashaw live stream

With a bit more than a month prior to UFC kicks off the 2019 calendar year of occasions, the business has made some alterations to boost their forthcoming show in Brooklyn.

Based on ESPN, UFC has transferred that the Henry Cejudo vs. TJ Dillashaw for its UFC flyweight name to the main occasion of this January 19 series, set to happen in the Barclays Center at Brooklyn. The struggle was initially supposed to be the main event of UFC 233, occurring in Anaheim, California a week afterwards.

The report also said that the UFC is looking to bring a title fight to become the new principal event of UFC 233. The January 19 series is the first in UFC’s brand new broadcast deal with ESPN. The Brooklyn series is going to be on ESPN and ESPN+ streaming support, but the most important event will broadcast on ESPN+.

Dillashaw is the recent UFC bantamweight champion, but is still going down in order to become only the most recent fighter to acquire a UFC championship in two different weight classes since Conor McGregor and Daniel Cormier have done so in the last several decades

The card will also contain Paige VanZant combating Rachael Ostovich at a women’s flyweight bout and the company is reportedly intending to get former NFL player and unbeaten heavyweight Greg Hardy compete on the card too.

Game Schedule

Sun, Jan 19 / 9:00 AM +06 / Main Card

Barclays Center

Brooklyn,

NY

United States