Just like that, UFC 200 is upon us. As is a blockbuster week with three fight cards, the UFC Hall of Fame ceremony, and who knows what other news will pop up between now and the time next Saturday rolls around.
Without further ado, then, let’s jump into another edition of Fightweets, with a question or two about Saskatchewan’s most famous recent immigrant.
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@RuckerYeah: What’s the one fight you want to see most on all three cards?
I’m not sure if you mean this as “what’s the one fight on each show I want to see most?” or “what’s the one fight out of the entire week” so I’m going to go with the former and make this easier.
For Thursday night’s UFC Fight Night 90 which kicks off the festivities, while I’m greatly looking forward to the UFC lightweight title fight between Raphael dos Anjos and Eddie Alvarez, the sick part of my brain which enjoys violence can’t wait to watch Roy Nelson and Derrick Lewis slug it out (I could probably narrow that down to “the sick part of my brain which enjoys violence likes Derrick Lewis,” but you get my point).
On Friday night, I am counting down the hours, days and minutes in breathless anticipation of the crowning of the next Ultimate Fighter title … lol, jk. Again, I see a highly intriguing main event in the strawweight title fight between Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Claudia Gadelha, and yet, I can’t help but look down the card toward former Bellator lightweight champ Will Brooks’ debut against Ross Pearson. After all that went down with Brooks and Bellator, there’s pressure on Brooks to go out and make a statement, and it will be interesting to see how he fares against a tough out ….View full article
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