All in Fight Preview

Adesanya vs Silva is the Right Fight

It was recently announced by a number of sources that Anderson Silva will return to the Octagon to face Middleweight prospect/contender Israel Adesanya. “The Spider” has not fought in nearly two years, and will be days shy of a year layoff at UFC 234 in February. “The Last Stylebender,” however, has been extremely active, fighting 4 times in 2018, winning all of them with 2 finishes, most recently over Derek Brunson. Many critics are saying this is a dangerous fight for an aging Silva and criticize the UFC and Dana White for condemning Chuck Liddell’s fight while announcing this one in the same breath. HOWEVER, this is truly the fight to make for both parties.

How Khabib Will Win

UFC 229 is this weekend, and the main event is one for the ages: Conor McGregor returns to the UFC for the first time in nearly 2 years to face Khabib Nurmagomedov. There gave been claims of mauling and knockouts from both sides of the exchange, and today we are going to give a scenario where Khabib beats Conor and retains his UFC Lightweight belt.

How Conor Will Win

UFC 229 is this weekend, and the main event is one for the ages: Conor McGregor returns to the UFC for the first time in nearly 2 years to face Khabib Nurmagomedov. There gave been claims of mauling and knockouts from both sides of the exchange, and today we are going to give a scenario where Conor defeats Khabib and regains his once-stripped UFC Lightweight belt.

Preview: TJ Dillashaw vs. Cody Garbrandt

The UFC heads back to the Sunshine State and the Staples Center in LA, where a long-awaited rematch at 135 is set to take place between TJ Dillashaw and Cody Garbrandt. TJ Dillashaw is champion following the KO finish of Cody in the first meeting last year. After being nearly finished in the second, he came roaring back and scored the knockout, leading to one of the greatest photos in MMA history (see below). It was such a great fight the first time around, and these two are determined to have the belt around their waist when they leave the arena Saturday. Along with just the belt, there is BAD BLOOD between these two (there will be more on that next week as a post-fight thought), and it looks to boil over into the octagon this weekend.

Max "Blessed" Holloway: Next Champ-Champ?

So, good news and bad news. Starting with the bad news, Tony Ferguson is out. Again. That will be touched upon another time, but the good news is that Max "Blessed" Holloway has stepped up on 6 days notice and will fight Khabib for the Lightweight Championship to headline UFC 223. And let me tell you something, boys and girls, this is gonna be interesting.