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Co-Main and 3 other fights announced for UFN 84 in Brisbane



In addition to the recently announced main event of Frank Mir vs Mark Hunt, the UFC recently announced the Co-Main event and 3 other bouts for UFC Fight Night 84 on March 19th in Brisbane, Australia. The Co-main event is former Bellator Middleweight champ Hector Lombard (34-4-1) vs the surging Neil Magny (17-4) as well as James Te Huna (16-8) vs Steve Bosse (10-2) at middleweight, Brendan O’Reilly (6-1) vs Alan Jouban (12-4) at welterweight and Daniel Kelly (10-1) vs Antonio Carlos Junior (5-1) at Middleweight.

Lombard fights for the first time following his suspension after a win over Josh Burkman at UFC 182. He tested positive for an anabolic steroid following the fight. He has won his last 3 fights with a decision win over one time welterweight title challenger Jake Shields and a KO win over former Strikeforce welterweight champ Nate Marquardt.

He fights Neil Magny who has put together a 9-1 run over the past two years. His only loss during that time is to Damien Maia at UFC 190, after the loss he has turned in two short notice wins over Erick Silva and most recently a split decision win over Kelvin Gastelum at UFC Fight Night 78. He is currently ranked No. 14 in the welterweight rankings.

Te Huna is in desperate need of a win as he has lost 3 in a row. He most recently lost by armbar to Nate Marquardt in June of 2014. He fights Bosse who is coming off of a 29 second head kick knockout loss to Thiago Santos in June. He will be looking for his first UFC win.

O’Reilly is coming off of a win over Vik Grujic in May which was a rebound from his first professional loss. This will be his second UFC fight in a row in Australia. He fights Jouban who looks to get back on track following a TKO loss to Albert Tumenov. Before that he had won two in a row over Matt Dwyer and Richard Walsh.

Daniel Kelly looks to build off of a win over Steve Montgomery at UFC 193 before that he suffered the first loss of his career after starting his career 9-0. He fights Carlos Junior who is coming off of a 11 second no contest against Kevin Casey at UFC Fight Night 80. He owns wins over Eddie Gordon and Vitor Miranda.

UFC Fight Night 84 now consists of:

  • Mark Hunt vs. Frank Mir
  • Hector Lombard vs. Neil Magny
  • Steve Bosse vs. James Te Huna
  • Alan Jouban vs. Brendan O’Reilly
  • Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Daniel Kelly


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Gokhan Saki vs Khalil Rountree JR Added to UFC 219



Kickboxing superstar Gokhan Saki will make his return to the octagon just three months after his UFC debut, as he faces Khalil Rountree at UFC 219.

Saki (1-1 ) made a big statement at UFC Japan in September, knocking out Henrique de Silva with a devastating, statement making left hook.

Rountree (6-2) is a TUF-23 alumni. His UFC run started unsuccessfully losing two in a row including his TUF 23 contract fight. However, Rountree is now on a two-fight winning streak after picking up consecutive first round knockout victories against Paul Craig and Daniel Jolly.

After making his MMA debut in 2004, Saki signed a multi-fight deal with the UFC in May and was succesful in his return to the cage. Saki’s first round KO of de Silva earned him a Performance of the Night bonus.

Neither Saki or Rountree are currently ranked in the UFC’s light heavyweight division, so a win at UFC 219 could most certainly push either of the two in the top fifteen at 205-pounds.

With the addition of Saki vs. Rountree, your current line-up for the UFC 219 card on December 30th is as follows:

Dominick Cruz vs. Jimmie Rivera – Bantamweight bout
Cynthia Calvillo vs. Carla Esparza – Women’s strawweight bout
Carlos Condit vs. Neil Magny – Welterweight bout
Louis Smolka vs. Matheus Nicolau – Flyweight bout
* Gokhan Saki vs. Khalil Rountree – Light heavyweight bout

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Holloway vs Edgar set to headline UFC 218



UFC 218 is set to take place on Saturday, December 2nd, in Detroit, Michigan at the Little Caesars Arena and will be available on pay-per-view.

The event is now set to be headlined by Max Holloway’s first featherweight title defense since he won the belt at UFC 212 against the legendary Jose Aldo. In his first title defense, he will take in another MMA legend in New Jersey’s Frankie Edgar.

UFC 218 will mark Frankie Edgar’s third attempt at winning the featherweight crown, with his first two attempts coming against Jose Aldo at UFC 156 and UFC 200. Edgar will be looking to become a two-weight world champion, having previously been the UFC lightweight champion. He will once again attempt to join an elite group which includes Conor McGregor, B.J. Penn, and Randy Couture as the only fighters to have been champions in two weight divisions.

Edgar is a worthy contender but you have to feel that if Aldo had won at UFC 212 then Edgar may have waited a lot longer for his return to fight for a championship. But with a new champ and McGregor firmly out the picture, the featherweight division can thrive with some new match ups.

And what a matchup this is, as we get to see two incredible fighters with two different styles take each other on, in what could turn out to be one of the fights of the year.

The UFC 218 card is now shaping up nicely as the main event joins Francis Ngannou vs Alistair Overeem on the card. As well as several other bouts such as Alvarez vs Gaethje, Cejudo vs Pettis and Herrig vs Casey.

Will Holloway extend his unbeaten run to 12 fights or will Frankie ‘The Answer’ Edgar cement his legacy with his second UFC world title? The world will find out on December 2nd.

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BREAKING: Carlos Condit Returns to Face Neil Magny at UFC 219




Carlos Condit is back. After almost two years away from the octagon, ‘The Natural Born Killer’ will fight Neil Magny at UFC 219 on December 30th.

Whilst Condit has been amid rumors of retirement ever since his first round submission loss to Demian Maia back in August of 2016, he will be returning to action after all.

Condit’s return was in question, but his recent action on Twitter sparked some noise, when he hinted at a possible return.

‘The Natural Born Killer’ is currently ranked 7th in the welterweight division, he will be facing Neil Magny on December 30th, 2017, which is on the weekend of New Year’s Eve.

This fight adds onto an already-stacked card that is UFC 219, which also includes the return of the former UFC bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz, a rising contender in the strawweight division in Cynthia Calvillo, and Condit’s addition to the card only makes it better.

Both Condit and Magny will be looking to get back on the winning track in this fight. This fight delivers some mix-up in the division, and with Thompson and Masvidal matched up already in the top 5, this fight will give both fighters a great opportunity to jump right back into the title fight. Magny’s last fight was against Rafael dos Anjos at UFC 215, where he lost in the first round via arm-triangle choke.

Now with the addition of Condit vs. Magny, here is the line-up so far for UFC 219.

  • Dominick Cruz vs. Jimmie Rivera – Bantamweight bout
  • Cynthia Calvillo vs. Carla Esparza – Women’s strawweight bout
  • Louis Smolka vs. Matheus Nicolau – Flyweight bout
  • Carlos Condit vs. Neil Magny – Welterweight bout
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