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Boxing’s only eight-division world champion, Philippine Senator and regular WBA welterweight champion Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao (61-7-2) returns to face undefeated Super WBA Welterweight Champion Keith “One Time” Thurman (29-0-0) in a powerhouse 147-pound showdown, Sunday 21 July at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Frankie Edgar, is finally getting his shot to dethrone ‘Blessed’.
In what is a long-awaited re-booking of two previously cancelled encounters, the current featherweight champion, Max ‘Blessed’ Holloway (20-3-0), will take on challenger, Frankie ‘The Answer’ Edgar (23-6-1).
Former interim welterweight champion Colby Covington is apparently done waiting for his shot at the undisputed title and will instead return to action.
A main event showdown between Covington and former undisputed champion Robbie Lawler will headline the upcoming UFC Fight Night card in Newark, New Jersey in August.
Main Card showing live from 10am VIC, NSW, ACT, TAS, QLD | 9:30am SA, NT | 8am WA (undercard will show earlier).
Only two women have defeated Valentina Shevchenko in MMA. Liz Carmouche is one of them, and she’ll get the chance to do it again this summer.
Main Card showing live from 12pm VIC, NSW, ACT, TAS, QLD | 11:30am SA, NT | 10am WA (undercard will show earlier).
UFC will return to Anaheim, California, for the first time in more than two years come August with UFC 241. And with it comes a long awaited heavyweight title rematch.
It’s the showdown Australia has been waiting for.
Australia’s very own middleweight champion, Robert ‘The Reaper’ Whittaker (21-4-0) will defend his title against interim middleweight titleholder, and NZ representative, Israel ‘The Last Stylebender’ Adesanya (170-0-0).
‘The Iron Lady’ is about to have her mettle tested by an undefeated foe.
Officials announced Wednesday that Germaine de Randamie (8-3-0) will fight Aspen Ladd (7-0-0) in the bantamweight main event of UFC Sacramento on July 13. De Randamie has not lost a fight since her defeat at the hands of current champion, Amanda Nunes back in November 2013, though she has only fought sporadically since then.
Title holder, Jon ‘Bones’ Jones (24-1-0, 1NC) is one of MMA’s most well-known characters. Having been suspended in 2016 after USADA ruled Jons had consumed male enhancement pills, Jones returned in July 2017 to mix opinions – fast becoming one of the sport’s biggest villains.
One of the most anticipated heavyweight fights of the year now has a new home and an even bigger positioning on the card. After Tyron Woodley was forced to pull out of his rematch with Robbie Lawler after suffering a hand injury, the highly anticipated bout between Francis Ngannou and Junior Dos Santos has been moved forward as a replacement.
Renato Moicano (13-2-1) will be returning to the Octagon on the 22nd of June after his defeat at the hands of José Aldo back in February if this year, hoping to bounce back and retain his position in the top five of the featherweight category.
A battle between a pair of former light heavyweight title challengers is heading to Sweden, home of Alexander ‘The Mauler’ Gustafsson (18-5-0). The challenger, Anthony ‘Lionheart’ Smith (31-14-0) is coming off a recent loss to Jon Jones in UFC 235 and is looking to regain the form showcased in his earlier bouts.
UFC Sunday is at your local pub as a welterweight clash pitting Darren Till against Jorge Masvidal will serve as the headliner for UFC Fight Night 147 in London March 17 , while another 170-pound clash between Leon Edwards and Gunnar Nelson is set for the co-main event.
The UFC’s final show of 2018 is a big one! In the main event, Jon Jones returns from his USADA suspension to take on Alexander Gustafsson for what will be the vacant light heavyweight title. Jones defended his title vs. Gustafsson at UFC 165 in an instant classic, and five years later, we’re inching closer to finally seeing the rematch.