Despite the recent rumblings speculating that the UFC is poised to dissolve the promotion’s men’s flyweight division before the end of the year, we are set for an apparent “Bon Voyage” fight between recently crowned champion, Henry Cejudo and bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw. It is confirmed the two champions will fight for the 125lbs title at UFC 233, with Dillashaw attempting to join Conor McGregor and Daniel Cormier as the organisation’s only other “Champ Champ”. Continue reading “Report: Henry Cejudo vs. T.J. Dillashaw official for UFC 233”
Yesterday, UFC bantamweight champion, T.J. Dillashaw and newly crowned flyweight champion, Henry Cejudo had a brief exchange of words on Extra TV. In the 1 minute segment, Dillashaw doesn’t waste time on informing the presenter, Mario Lopez what his intentions would be should they go head to head: “I will knock him out”. Continue reading “Report: Henry Cejudo and T.J. Dillashaw exchange words on Extra TV”
It’s official, UFC 227 is in the books and if you didn’t watch the fights live, I bet you wish you did on hearing the results. The event will certainly go down as one to remember – this time for all of the right reasons.
Leading up to the event, the UFC took a lot of flack about the strength of the card for a PPV. All things considered, this card pleasantly surprised the MMA world and most importantly, the two smallest men’s divisions put their biggest feet forward.