UFC Fight Night 112 looks to be another quality Fight Pass card with good name value and great match ups taking place this Friday night at the Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma providing us with some much needed entertainment before the highly anticipated pay per view UFC 213 the following week.
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Lets take a closer look at the two men in the main event and what they have been doing over their past few fights.
UFC looks to put on another highly anticipated match up this weekend when welterweight no.1 contender and BJJ expert Damian Maia looks to put his 6 fight win streak on the line against the surging veteran and Miami native Jorge ‘Gamebred’ Masvidal.
This weekend sees the return of Junior Dos Santos as he looks to reclaim his stake as the baddest man on the planet when he takes on Stipe Miocic for the second time.
All in all a great night of fights and a lot of lines worth betting on so lets take a closer look at some of these match ups.
London’s own Jimi Manuwa vs Ovince Saint Preux is one of the most underrated and overlooked fights on the stacked card that is UFC 204: Bisping vs Henderson. Culminating in one of the most explosive and intriguing fights in the 205lb division in recent memory.
In the second fight of the main card of UFC 204 we are treated to a heavyweight bout where Stefan ‘The Skyscraper” Struve looks to continue his winning ways after his spectacular 16 second knockout of Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva when he faces the “Polish Bear”Daniel Omielańczuk.
Following our breakdown of the UFC 203 heavyweight main event we are also treated to a heavyweight co-main event match up between former title holder and Jiu-Jitsu ace Fabricio Werdum against the always dangerous Travis Browne.
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Surprise surprise motherf***er the king is back!
These were the words uttered by The Notorious Conor McGregor after his hand was raised in one of the biggest fights in UFC history in the rematch against Nate Diaz.