In der Stadt, die niemals schläft, sorgte die Fight Card von UFC Fight Night lange Zeit für Irrungen und Wirrungen - schließlich war der. Am vergangenen Samstag startete die Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) mit dem Event UFC Fight Night Cejudo vs. Dillashaw im. Daten Datum: Januar Austragungsort: Brooklyn, New York, USA Halle: Barclays Center Poster Main Card (ESPN+) Flyweight bout.
UFC Fight Night: Cejudo vs DillashawBei der UFC Fight Night trifft Herny Cejudo auf T.J. Dillashaw. Was ihr alles über diesen Fight wissen müsst und wo ihr den Kampf im. Daten Datum: Januar Austragungsort: Brooklyn, New York, USA Halle: Barclays Center Poster Main Card (ESPN+) Flyweight bout. UFC Fight Night Henry Cejudo vs. T.J. Dillashaw full card Main Card (20th Jan, 19 SUNDAY a.m. IST) You can catch all the live action of the.
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Previous Next. UFC Diaz vs Condit. Follow live. Fight Card. Nick Diaz. Live now. Roberson coming in on very short notice and moving up. Glover for me.
Not a bad price for either guy really. I side with Glover and its possible he sinks in a sub before the end of the bell to rack up some points.
After finishing Dariush in 42 seconds, he went on to completely control Olivier Aubin-Mercier in a grapple fest.
That was at , and Cerrone is coming down to here against Hernandez looking to rack up a couple quick wins and secure a title shot. Hernandez, for how young he is, is very mature mentally and will fight 10x smarter than Perry did.
I side with the rookie, but Cowboy has proved me wrong before. Hernandez for me. I suspect both guys coming out to make a huge statement.
Action fast and early. Under may be worth a look, and some ITD props possibly? The queen of violence is making her debut against a game Calderwood.
Watch for volume and some river dancing from the rookie. She has power in her shots and will move in and out picking her spots along the way.
I am, I just see her getting hurt first and it swaying which direction this one goes. A couple of debuts here. Grappler vs striker.
Hey if Moreira can get this one to the mat, he could be live here. Menefield has that power though to turn you off quick, and Moreira is going to have to eat some shots in order to attempt to get this one down, which could be the difference maker.
I like Menefield, but if you want to let it ride, for a chance as a sub against a debuting fighter would be a huge flyer.
Menefield with that quick KO, or he makes a mistake and gets subbed is the way I see this one going. Just 32 seconds into the first round, Cejudo earned a more-than-convincing TKO victory over Dillashaw to retain the flyweight championship and possibly keep the pound division alive.
Cejudo barely missed Dillashaw with a kick attempt, but the strikes that would follow were enough for the referee to abruptly bring the fight to a close as Dillashaw became to first fighter in UFC history to unsuccessfully challenge for the right to be called a dual-champion.
I was able to beat one of the greatest of all time. It's surreal, it really is," Cejudo said immediately following the victory. As a dejected -- and possibly stunned, as well -- Dillashaw looked on from the cage, Cejudo did say that he'd be willing to run this all back at pounds somewhere down the line.
This time we'll do it at pounds. I'll give you another shot at pounds," Cejudo said. Cejudo also turned his attention to UFC president Dana White amid all the talk that the flyweight division is on life support.
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