All in Fight Preview
The UFC is in Russia this weekend in a rather lackluster card in terms of names. What is does have, however, is an interesting main event between Alistair Overeem and Aleksei Oleinik! Here is a sneak peak into this weekend’s main event!
UFC 236 is main evented by a HUGE (interim) Lightweight title fight between Max Holloway and Dustin Poirier. This is a rematch from a fight that happened in 2014, but these are obviously very different fighters. Max is now arguable the best Featherweight ever, while Poirier has beaten 2 former champions in his last fight, both by finish. So what happens now? Let’s see.
This weekend, the UFC stops in the City of Brotherly Love for some wholesome cage fighting. In the main event, Justin Gaethje vs. Edson Barboza look to put on the Fight of the Year performance fans have been expecting since the fight was announced. But who has the advantage?
The fights are almost here! Untitled MMA is going to be TRAVELLING to UFC Nashville this weekend, where the Music City is playing host to the world’s best MMA promotion. In the co-main event, there is a clash of top-10 heavyweights with Curtis Blaydes squaring off against Justin Willis.
In place of a normal preview post, here is our discussion, which we talked about at great length, of UFC Nashville’s headliner: Anthony Pettis and Stephen Thompson. We talked at it for so long, and to enough detail, that we here at Untitled MMA believe that this is a far better substitute. So kick back, relax, and listen to our in-depth review of Anthony Pettis vs Stephen Thompson!
The UFC is crossing the pond this weekend and London will play host to a BANGER of a Welterweight main event between Darren Till and Jorge Masvidal.
The fights are tomorrow, the stage is set, and Jon Jones is back. This time around, he faces the red-hot Anthony Smith, a man who likely retired a couple of guys in his short UFC stint at 205. Many brush this off as an easy win for Jones, but let’s roll the tape.
It is nearly time! UFC 234 is tomorrow, and it is time to preview the headliner. Robert “The Reaper/Bobby Knuckles” Whittaker squares off against Kelvin “The Legend Killer” Gastelum in a showdown of 20-somethings for the 185 strap.
Welcome to FIGHT WEEK! We are continuing our full week of content with a preview of UFC 234’s co-main event which features Anderson “The Spider” Silva against Israel “The Last Stylebender” Adesanya.
The fight is official. Both men made weight and there is a potential Champ-Champ to be made in Brooklyn. Let’s see how the current 125 and current 135 champ stack up.
This Saturday, the UFC is in Toronto for UFC 231, where it is headlined by the leader of the Blessed Era Max Holloway and Brian Ortega. This is truly a razor close fight and shows how far MMA has evolved, as these two exemplify 2018 elite MMA skills.
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.
Since an Instagram post made by Donald Cerrone in essence calling out Conor McGregor, media and fans alike have been wondering if it is a good time to book Cowboy vs Conor. Long story short: yes, a thousand times yes.