This Saturday the action returns to the United States, with the UFC Vegas 12, the one that will have Anderson Silva and Uriah Hall in the stellar. October 31 will not only be Halloween day in many parts of the world, but it will also be possible to appreciate a gigantic evening inside the most important octagon in the world. In this way, there are five fighters to watch out for, the ones who promise very good action.
The 30-year-old fighter, born in Tajikistan, wants to get his third victory in a row, after very good fights he delivered a short time ago. Professionally, the aforementioned has participated in thirty contests, winning sixteen of them by knockout. Now, he will face Kevin Holland, one of the UFC’s great prospects for the future. It won’t be easy at all, but he runs with good power.
He collides with Chris Gruetzemacher and wants to return to the triumph, after a hard defeat. In 2018 he was presented as the future of 155 pounds, a division that is packed with talents and legends. For this reason, his name began to sound very strong in the corridors of the UFC, although later he could not stay. Now, he has a new chance to show why they put so much pressure on him.
After a gigantic presentation at the Dana White’s Contender Series a few weeks ago, he will make his UFC debut against an experienced knockout. Victor Rodríguez will be his rival, so it will be the toughest test of his career, at the start of the professional era for him. He has eleven wins, of which six were by knockout. In turn, another great piece of information is that it was never completed and hopes to continue like this.
While he’s already stepped in the UFC cage, he still couldn’t get a win there and it’s just what he wants for this weekend. The most important octagon in the world has weighed him in the beginning and he wants to debut in the victory of said company. He will face Jason Witt at 170 pounds and is one of the great promises for this Saturday. Notably, he entered the company with a nine-game winning streak, ending eight fighters in eleven contests.
He also joined the company that Dana White commands from the Contender Series, after a very good image left weeks ago at the Apex in Las Vegas. It was two months ago that he returned to 205 pounds to win a UFC contract. Now, he will be making his debut in the world’s greatest cage with Justin Ledet. Of course, it will not be easy for him, but his conditions are too high to leave with a bonus.
UFC Vegas 12 billboard
Uriah Hall vs. Anderson Silva.
Andre Fili vs. Bryce Mitchell.
Kevin Holland vs. Makhmud Muradov.
Maurice Greene vs. Greg Hardy.
Bobby Green vs. Thiago Moises.
Chris Gruetzemacher VS. Alexander Hernandez.
Adrian Yañez vs. Aaron Phillips.
Sean Strickland vs. Jack Marshman.
Cole Williams vs. Jason Witt.
Dustin Jacoby vs. Justin Ledet.
Cortney Casey vs. Priscila Cachoeira.
Miles Johns vs. Kevin Natividad.