After eight months away from the octagonal, the fighter of Guatemalan descent will reappear at the Las Vegas event this Saturday
UNITED STATES – The Fighter Chris ‘El Guapo’ Gutiérrez will face the brazilian Felipe Colares on the UFC Fight Night 194, In Las Vegas. The Guatemalan-Colombian will return to the octagonal after eight months of absence. The complete billboard of the sensational event can be followed by Star +.
Chris’s last fight was against the American Andre Ewell where Gutiérrez was left with the victory, after a unanimous decision of the judges.
Colares comes into the fight with a record of ten wins, two losses and no draws. The Brazilian’s last fight was on May 1 against Luke Sanders and his last loss was on January 25, 2020 against Montel Jackson. The South American has won two fights by knockout, five by submission and three by unanimous decision.
And this Saturday there is also UFC
👊 Mackenzie Dern vs Marina Rodriguez
👊 Lupita Godínez vs Silvana Gómez
👊 Randy Brown vs Jared Gooden
👊 And more!
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Meanwhile, Gutiérrez appears with a record of sixteen won fights, three losses and two draws. He has won seven fights by knockout, one by submission and eight by decision. His last defeat was against the Brazilian Raoni Barcelos, on November 30, 2018. Since then he has achieved four victories and a draw.
The fight will be the last on the UFC Fight Night 194 preliminary card. The main attraction of the event will be the confrontation between the Brazilian Marina Rodríguez and the American Mackenzie Dern.
Strawweight: Mackenzie Dern vs. Marina Rodriguez
Welterweight: Randy Brown vs. Jared gooden
Men’s Flyweight: Tim Elliott vs. Matheus Nicolau
Women’s Flyweight: Sabina Mazo vs. Mariya agapova
Middleweight: Phil Hawes vs. Deron winn
Men’s Bantamweight: Chris Gutierrez vs. Felipe Colares
Heavyweight: Alexandr Romanov vs. Jared vanderaa
Men’s Featherweight: Charles Rosa vs. Damon Jackson
Strawweight: Loopy Godínez vs. Silvana Gomez Juarez
Lightweight: Steve Garcia vs. Charlie Ontiveros