Swanson Vs. Ortega fight

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On Saturday, Dec. 9, the UFC will host UFC Fight Night 123: Swanson vs. Ortega from the Save Mart Center in Fresno, Calif.

Swanson, who weighed 146 pounds for their non-title main event, has been knocking on the door of a title shot for years, but has never quite tipped fortune to his favor. Having won four consecutive bouts, a victory over Ortega would make him difficult to deny.

At 12-0 with 1 no contest result, Ortega certainly makes a strong case for title contention. Adding Swanson’s name to a hit list that already includes the likes of Diego Brandao, Clay Guida, and Thiago Tavares would also propel him to the front of the race for a contention.

In the night’s main event, veteran featherweight Cub Swanson takes on the undefeated Brian Ortega. The 34-year-old Swanson rides the momentum of four straight decision victories into the headlining affair, including a lopsided decision win over Artem Lobov in his most recent bout. Ortega, meanwhile, has opened his career without tasting defeat through 13 contests. Like Swanson, Ortega rides a four-fight winning streak, but all four bouts have ended in the third round.

The 13-fight event kicks off Saturday with three bouts streaming live on UFC Fight Pass at 6:30 p.m. ET. Four additional preliminary-card bouts follow on Fox Sports 1 at 8 p.m. ET, with the six-fight main card airing live at 10 p.m. ET, also on Fox Sports 1.

UFC 123

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FRESNO, Calif. – The weigh-ins are complete for Saturday’s UFC debut in Fresno, Calif.

Everyone played nice with the scale for UFC Fight Night 123 and hit their marks for the card – though maybe we can put an asterisk in there, since Carls John de Tomas was forced to move up to bantamweight for his fight with Alex Perez instead of flyweight when he had trouble cutting.

But that was settled Thursday and recontracted, and today everyone made weight. In the main event, Cub Swanson (25-7 MMA, 10-3 UFC) takes on Brian Ortega (12-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) at featherweight in a bout that essentially is a pick’em with the oddsmakers.

Check out the highlights from today’s official weigh-ins at the host hotel in the video above. Then don’t miss UFC Fight Night 123 on Saturday at Save Mart Center in Fresno. The card airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

For the most part, the UFC has been doing a great job of delivering highly compelling pay-per-view events in 2017. That, unfortunately, has come at the direct expense of the Fight Night events that bridge them together.

UFC 218 Watch Online

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The UFC 218 fight card is headlined by a title fight and what’s been unofficially deemed a No.1 contender fight. Max Holloway will defend his UFC featherweight championship against Jose Aldo in the main event, while Francis Ngannou and Alistair Overeem will face off in hopes of winning a UFC Heavyweight Championship opportunity.

Aldo is challenging for the belt that he held for most of his UFC career, though he’s a decided underdog in the rematch. In fact, the former champion has the worst betting odds of any fighter on Saturday’s main card. Aldo replaced the injured Frankie Edgar, who was supposed to get the title shot.

Live updates, tweets, photos, analysis and more from UFC 218 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on Dec. 2, 2017.

The main card will be broadcast at 8 p.m. Saturday on pay-per-view. The prelim card is on Fox Sports 1 starting at 6 p.m.

 

UFC 218

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The UFC 218 fight card is headlined by a title fight and what’s been unofficially deemed a No.1 contender fight. Max Holloway will defend his UFC featherweight championship against Jose Aldo in the main event, while Francis Ngannou and Alistair Overeem will face off in hopes of winning a UFC Heavyweight Championship opportunity.

Aldo is challenging for the belt that he held for most of his UFC career, though he’s a decided underdog in the rematch. In fact, the former champion has the worst betting odds of any fighter on Saturday’s main card. Aldo replaced the injured Frankie Edgar, who was supposed to get the title shot.

Aldo’s now infamous 13-second loss to Conor McGregor at UFC 194 ended his reign as UFC’s only-ever 145-pound champion. He regained the championship late last year when McGregor was stripped of the belt, but Aldo suffered a third-round knockout to Holloway at UFC 212 in June.

Holloway hasn’t lost since he was beaten by McGregor four years ago. The champ is on an 11-fight win streak.

Ngannou has never suffered a loss in UFC, going 5-0 since joining the promotion. None of his last three fights have gone beyond the first-round, making him the favorite over Overeem. Overeem is 2-0 since losing his title fight against Stipe Miocic at UFC 203, and a victory Saturday would likely land him a rematch for the belt.

Justin Gaethje is the only fighter on the main card that has never suffered a loss as a pro. The former WSOF champion is 18-0, and he’s hoping to defeat the man that lost the UFC lightweight title to McGregor. A win for Gaethje could put him one step closer toward a fight against the biggest star in UFC history.

Let’s take a look at the main fight card for UFC 218, including betting odds and prop bets for each bout, via Bovada.lv.

UFC TUF 26 Finale

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The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale will determine the UFC’s inaugural women’s flyweight champion. The main event was supposed to see Nicco Montano face Sijara Eubanks, the two finalists from season 26 of The Ultimate Fighter, battling for the belt.

That unfortunately won’t happen, as Eubanks was taken to the hospital late Wednesday night because of weight-cut related medical issues, according to UFC officials.

With Eubanks unable to weigh-in, the UFC turned to semifinalist Roxanne Modafferi, whom Eubanks defeated in the semifinal round, to take her place.

Sijara Eubanks has been removed from Friday night’s main event in Las Vegas at The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale.

After Montano and Modafferi both easily made weight on Thursday, they are set to determine the UFC’s first women’s flyweight champion on Friday night in Las Vegas.

 

The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale

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Barb Honchak meets Lauren Murphy at The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale. The first ever UFC women’s flyweight champion will be crowned on Friday, with the second half of this historic title fight about to be revealed on the season finale of The Ultimate Fighter: A New World Champion.

This week will feature a fight between No. 1 seed Roxanne Modafferi and No. 12 seed Sijara Eubanks to determine who will move on to the live finale in Las Vegas on Dec. 1 to face Nicco Montano, who punched her ticket last week with an impressive win against former Invicta FC champion Barb Honchak.

LAS VEGAS – Check out the video highlights and photo gallery from today’s ceremonial The Ultimate Fighter 26 Finale weigh-ins, where an updated 11-fight card took to the stage for the fans.

Meanwhile, Murphy was supposed to fight Priscila Cachoeira, but that bout was scrapped due to due to visa issues form Cachoeira. Murphy was also eliminated by Montaño in the TUF 26 tourney, but in the round of 16. Murphy, 34, is 9-3 in her MMA career and is also a former Invicta FC champ.

Holloway vs. Aldo 2 fight

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The Fight Pass prelims begin at 6:15 PM ET/3:15 PM PT on Saturday. The UFC returns for its second-to-last pay-per-view offering in 2017 when UFC 218 takes place Saturday, Dec. 2 from the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.

The main event features a rematch as Max Holloway defends the featherweight championship against former titleholder Jose Aldo. In the co-main event, in heavyweight action, former Strikeforce champion and UFC title challenger Alistair Overeem (43-15) battles rising contender Francis Ngannou (10-1).

Get the scoop on the Fight Pass portion of Saturday’s UFC 218 card, featuring exciting light heavyweight prospect Dominick Reyes making his sophomore effort against Jeremy Kimball.

UFC 218 is an awesome card. It isn’t earth-shattering the way UFC 217 was, but there are a lot of fights with a lot on the line. Now, there is little name value on the Fight Pass prelims, the most familiar competitor being known for being punched in the face at the fighter’s retreat of all things. However, I do have my fingers crossed that a few of the names here could develop into fun action fighters and another flashing far more potential than that. Granted, it is far too early to call anyone on this card a future contender, but you’ll see what I mean if you ever see Dominick Reyes.

UFC 218 Countdown

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As a reminder, the UFC’s traditional pre-event show returns today with the debut of “Countdown to UFC 218: Holloway vs. Aldo 2” on FS1.

The one-hour special previews the card’s featherweight title fight between champion Max Holloway (18-3 MMA, 14-3 UFC) and the man he took the belt from, now-former champ Jose Aldo (26-3 MMA, 8-2 UFC). Holloway was supposed to fight former lightweight champ Frankie Edgar in the headliner until Edgar pulled out with an injury and Aldo got the call to take his place.

“Countdown” airs at 6 p.m. ET (3 p.m. PT) on FS1, and replays air throughout the week. UFC 218 takes place Saturday at the new Little Caesars Arena in downtown Detroit, and it’s the UFC’s first event in Michigan since UFC 123 in 2010. The main card airs live on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

UFC 218 is all set to go down from inside Little Caesars Arena and will feature a featherweight title rematch featuring division champion Max Holloway defending his belt against the man he took it from, Jose Aldo, this Saturday night (Dec. 2, 2017) in Detroit, Michigan.

To help fans get amped for this weekend’s pay-per-view (PPV) extravaganza, the promotion recently released its “Countdown to UFC 218” video special on FOX Sports 1, the same channel that airs the UFC 218 “Prelims” on Saturday night.