UFC Fight Night 92 is an interesting fight card.
Primarily because it divides the mixed martial arts (MMA) community into two sides. The first side complains that tomorrow night’s (Sat., Aug. 6, 2016) FOX Sports 1 card from inside Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, is littered with nobodies.
The other side applauds UFC for giving the next generation a platform to shine. After all, there was a time when even Conor McGregor was a “nobody” trying to make his mark in the featherweight division.
That’s the same weight class where Yair Rodriguez and Alex Caceres will look to make a name for themselves in the five-round main event, shortly after Dennis Bermudez and Rony Jason collide in an attempt to cement themselves among the 145-pound elite.
To get up to speed on what’s happening on the UFC Fight Night 92 “Prelims” — which air on the UFC Fight Pass digital network as well as FOX Sports 1 — see what our beloved Patty Stumberg had to say about them here and here. For all the UFC Fight Night 92 odds and latest wagering lines see what the sports betting sites have to say here.
Now then, let’s take a closer look at the six-fight main card.
145 lbs.: Yair “Pantera” Rodriguez (8-1) vs. Alex “Bruce Leeroy” Caceres (12-8, 1 NC)
Watching Alex Caceres dismantle Cole Miller on short notice should give you an idea of what kind of fighter “Bruce Leeroy” can be when he enters a fight with nothing to lose. His strengths are the same as they’ve always been, attacking with unorthodox strikes and unpredictable movement, and pulling out submissions when opponents disrespect his ground game.
Not surprisingly, his weaknesses are also the same as they’ve always been.
It’s hard to overlook a fighter with ….View full article
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