UFC 210 live streaming : Cormier vs. Johnson 2 fight card

Check out the current fight card for UFC 210 live streaming: Cormier vs. Johnson 2, which goes down on Saturday, April 8th in Buffalo, New York

The UFC’s next trip to New York will be Saturday, April 8th in Buffalo’s KeyBank Center. In the night’s pay-per-view headliner, light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier faces Anthony Johnson in a rematch of their UFC 187 encounter, which ended in a Cormier rear-naked choke to win the vacant belt.

Former middleweight champion Chris Weidman is in the co-main event, as he looks to snap a two-fight losing skid by beating the surging Gegard Mousasi, who is in the final fight of his current UFC contract. Other notable bouts include lightweight Will Brooks against Charles Oliveira, Thiago Alves returning to welterweight to battle Patrick Cote, light heavyweight Patrick Cummins taking on Jan Blachowicz, and welterweight prospect Kamaru Usman against fellow up-and-comer Sean Strickland.

Here’s the current fight card. The bout order has not been finalized apart from the main and co-main event:

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Daniel Cormier vs. Anthony Johnson
Gegard Mousasi vs. Chris Weidman
Will Brooks vs. Charles Oliveira
Thiago Alves vs. Patrick Cote
Jan Blachowicz vs. Patrick Cummins
Kamaru Usman vs. Sean Strickland
Shane Burgos vs. Charles Rosa
Magomed Bibulatov vs. Jenel Lausa
Irene Aldana vs. Katlyn Chookagian
Josh Emmett vs. Desmond Green
Gregor Gillespie vs. Andrew Holbrook

UFC 209 Live Streaming: Woodley vs Thompson Full Card Preview and Predictions

UFC 209 Live Streaming : Woodley vs Thompson

Last Saturday’s UFC 208 was an ugly card, but things will return to normal at UFC 209 live streaming …more or less.

Two incredibly compelling fights sit atop the March 4 event in the welterweight title match between Tyron Woodley and Stephen Thompson and the interim lightweight title bout of Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson. Backing them up is a heavyweight slugfest in Alistair Overeem vs. Mark Hunt. From there, however, the card drops off in a big way.

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The full list of fights is as follows:

  • Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen Thompson
  • Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson
  • Lando Vannata vs. David Teymur
  • Alistair Overeem vs. Mark Hunt
  • Rashad Evans vs. Daniel Kelly
  • Darren Elkins vs. Mirsad Bektic
  • Todd Duffee vs. Mark Godbeer
  • Igor Pokrajac vs. Ed Herman

Other bouts will likely be announced in the coming days, and the order is yet to be determined. As such, it’s worth taking a quick look at each of the fights that are confirmed and a deeper look at the three guaranteed spots at the top.

The Undercard

Rashad Evans vs. Dan Kelly

Former champion Rashad Evans’ career has officially hit the skids, and he is trying to rehabilitate himself by dropping down to 185 pounds. Aged-but-steely judoka Dan Kelly will welcome him to the division, and while few are giving the four-time Olympian much of a shot, Kelly has a real chance to take this one.

Lando Vannata vs. David Teymur

Lando Vannata pulled off a Knockout of the Year candidate in his last fight with a spinning-kick KO of John Makdessi. David Teymur has scored impressive knockout wins in his first two UFC fights. The UFC is trying to give fans a hearty scrap here, and these two will likely oblige.

Darren Elkins vs. Mirsad Bektic

Mirsad Bektic is 4-0 in the UFC and now faces “the wrestler test,” as administered by veteran grinder Darren Elkins. If the 24-year-old passes? He will be more than deserving of Top 10 competition. If he fails? It’s back to the drawing board.

Todd Duffee vs. Mark Godbeer

Todd Duffee’s MMA career has been defined by long layoffs, and he’s returning from another one. He looks to bounce back from his 2015 loss to Frank Mir by beating BAMMA veteran (and fellow on-the-rebound fighter) Mark Godbeer. With the UFC releasing middling veterans en masse, the loser of this one could easily find himself back to a regional circuit.

Igor Pokrajac vs. Ed Herman

Speaking of middling veterans on the verge of being released, Igor Pokrajac was unsuccessful in his UFC return, dropping a clean decision to Jan Blachowicz last year. Ed Herman, meanwhile, has been alternating wins and losses since 2012. It’s a harsh thing to say, but there’s a serious chance that the loser of this fight will get a pink slip.

Alistair Overeem vs. Mark Hunt

Division: Heavyweight
Records: Alistair Overeem (41-15, 1 NC), Mark Hunt (12-11-1)

On its own, this would be a solid fight.

Alistair Overeem has reinvented himself since a rocky start to his UFC career and cemented himself as a strong contender for years to come. Mark Hunt, meanwhile, remains a real-life One-Punch Man, capable of ending a tussle with a single shot that leaves his foe in a twitching heap.

The in-cage action on its own would make this one worth paying close attention to. The outside-the-cage action, however, is what makes this one particularly compelling.

Just a few days after the bout’s announcement, news broke that Hunt had filed a civil lawsuit against the UFC, UFC President Dana White and previous opponent Brock Lesnar, stemming from Hunt’s frustration over Lesnar failing a drug test ahead of their UFC 200 bout last year. The UFC is no stranger to the courthouse and has stood across the aisle from many of its fighters over the years, but Hunt is the first to remain active while in a legal battle with the promotion.

That gives this UFC 209 fight an incredibly strange feel, but one that makes the traditionally boring pre-fight rituals must-watch affairs. Will the UFC keep him out of media day? Are they going to promote him the same way? Will he even be allowed near microphones?

I don’t know, but boy, do I want to know. The fight itself will be gravy.

As for a prediction? It could frankly end in either direction at any time, but the most likely outcome is a late finish for the Dutchman.

Prediction: Alistair Overeem def. Mark Hunt by TKO in Round 3

Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Tony Ferguson

Division: Lightweight
Records: Khabib Nurmagomedov (24-0), Tony Ferguson (23-3)

This is, quite simply, MMA at its best.

Khabib Nurmagomedov and Tony Ferguson are two elite-level fighters in their athletic primes, riding amazing winning streaks. They face off in a high-stakes, five-round battle with a shot at Conor McGregor—and his lightweight title on the line.

Both are proven against the highest level of competition with multiple wins over top-10 fighters. Both have compelling styles, with Nurmagomedov owning some of the best grappling skills in MMA today and Ferguson owning a high-pressure style and dynamic finishing skills.

This is an amazing fight for fans of all types—and one that is nigh impossible to predict. It’s not really worth overthinking this one. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.

Prediction: Pain

Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen Thompson 2

Division: Welterweight
Records: Tyron Woodley (16-3-1), Stephen Thompson (13-1-1)

This writer previewed Tyron Woodley vs. Stephen Thompson 1 back in October for UFC 205, and most of the X’s and O’s remain the same. The one thing that has changed is the amount of data available on Woodley.

Entering their first fight, Thompson was the more established fighter by a considerable margin, knocking out numerous Top 10 competitors along the way. Woodley, by comparison, won the UFC welterweight title from Robbie Lawler with a flashy knockout after an 18-month layoff with a questionable resume. The tools had always been there, but there was no real evidence to show that he had put it all together.

That changed at UFC 205. Despite fighting Thompson to a draw, Woodley showed that he is every bit the champion that his belt would suggest. In those 25 minutes, he demonstrated a well-rounded skill set, significantly stronger cardio and an indomitable spirit.

UFC 209 is where he can really cement himself as the unquestionable, undeniable, undisputed best welterweight on the planet. That’s not an easy job, of course. Thompson remains one of the most dangerous strikers in MMA.

Woodley can do it, though, and he probably will.

Prediction: Tyron Woodley def. Stephen Thompson by Unanimous Decision

 

Source: bleacherreport.com

UFC 208 Live Streaming : Holm vs. de Randamie fight card

Check out the fight card for the Saturday, February 11th UFC 208 pay-per-view in Brooklyn, New York.

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UFC 208 Live Streaming The first UFC PPV of 2017 is set for February 11th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie will be contending for the inaugural UFC women’s featherweight championship. Dana White recently confirmed it’s the main event of the evening.

As for the co-main event, it’s heavyweight time! Derrick Lewis is looking for his 6th consecutive win, as he takes on Travis Browne, who has lost his last 2 fights. Yeah, I don’t understand why Travis Browne is co-headlining a major PPV yet again.

We don’t have a complete bout order, but the UFC did announce four fights for the PPV main card. We’ll soon know what the 5th one is. Here’s the current list of matchups:

Main Card

Holly Holm vs. Germaine de Randamie
Travis Browne vs. Derrick Lewis
Jared Cannonier vs. Glover Teixeira
Jim Miller vs. Dustin Poirier

Preliminary Card

Gilbert Burns vs. Paul Felder
Ian McCall vs. Neil Seery
Roan Carneiro vs. Ryan LaFlare
Randy Brown vs. George Sullivan
Wilson Reis vs. Ulka Sasaki
Luis Henrique vs. Marcin Tybura
Nik Lentz vs. Islam Makhachev
Rick Glenn vs. Phillipe Nover

UFC 207 live streaming: Nunes vs. Rousey updated fight card and bout order

With Cain Velasquez vs. Fabricio Werdum now off, here’s the new bout order and updated fight card for UFC 207 live streaming : Nunes vs. Rousey on Friday, December 30th.

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UFC 207 has certainly gone through some changes over the past several days. Jessica Andrade was pulled from the event after Maryna Moroz withdrew due to injury, and Angela Hill can’t compete in the UFC for another four months as she re-enters the USADA testing pool. Meanwhile, a heavyweight rematch between Cain Velasquez and Fabricio Werdum is now off after the Nevada Athletic Commission declared Velasquez medically unfit to compete.

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With two main card bouts scrapped, two prelim bouts have been promoted to the PPV broadcast. The card now kicks off with a flyweight bout between Ray Borg and Louis Smolka, then continues with a welterweight matchup between Dong Hyun Kim and Tarec Saffiedine. Smack dab in the middle of the PPV is a big bantamweight showdown, as former champion T.J. Dillashaw battles John Lineker. Topping UFC 207 are the women’s and men’s bantamweight title fights, as champion Amanda Nunes faces Ronda Rousey in the main event, while champion Dominick Cruz takes on Cody Garbrandt in the co-main.

Here’s the updated fight card and bout order for Friday, December 30th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada:

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Main Card (10 PM ET, PPV)

Amanda Nunes vs. Ronda Rousey
Dominick Cruz vs. Cody Garbrandt
T.J. Dillashaw vs. John Lineker
Dong Hyun Kim vs. Tarec Saffiedine
Ray Borg vs. Louis Smolka

Preliminary Card (8 PM ET, FS1)

Johny Hendricks vs. Neil Magny
Alex Garcia vs. Mike Pyle
Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Marvin Vettori
Niko Price vs. Brandon Thatch

Preliminary Card (7:30 PM ET, UFC Fight Pass)

Tim Means vs. Alex Oliveira

Source: bloodyelbow.com

UFC 207 Live streaming – Ronda Rousey transformed her body for UFC 207 comeback

The last time we saw Ronda Rousey in the Octagon she was bloodied, bruised and beaten. UFC 207 Live streaming

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UFC 193 in Melbourne back in November 2015 was a painful event for the 29-year-old. Holly Holm assaulted her with a barrage of blows before a vicious head kick knocked Rousey out. The defeat saw her surrender her bantamweight crown and with it, her aura of invincibility.

Emotionally, she was crushed. Physically too. You only needed to see the photos to know how badly she suffered. She even needed a plastic surgeon to treat a badly cut lip. UFC 207 Live streaming

 
 

In the aftermath of her first loss in the UFC, Rousey went off the grid. The queen of MMA took a break from training and fighting and basically went silent. She didn’t speak to the press for a month afterward.

She was photographed hiding her face as she arrived home from Australia with boyfriend Travis Browne, and the paparazzi tried to keep tabs on her while the rest of the world wondered what her next step would be.

She appeared to put on weight, too, which was a big talking point among observers after her bout in Melbourne.

But she’ll fight for the first time since her loss to Holm when she takes on Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 on Dec. 30. And she’s in much better shape than she was a year ago.

The former bantamweight champ has barely been talking about her highly anticipated return, save for sending tweets and posting Instagram photos with the hashtag #FearTheReturn.

If you take a look at what she’s been up to while training for the bout, you can see just how amazing her body transformation has been.

Nunes has won her past four fights, including a round-one submission victory over Miesha Tate at UFC 200 in July to take the bantamweight strap, so these updates won’t scare her. What Rousey’s posts do show us is that we’re in for one hell of a fight.

The lead-up to the fight has also been gaining attention, but for unusual reasons.

Rousey has barely said anything since UFC 193. There have been few interviews, no press conferences, and no statements. Sure, Rousey’s gone on talk shows with Conan O’Brien and Ellen DeGeneres, but talk has rarely been UFC-centric.

 

She’s made no real attempt to leave the masses frothing at the mouth over what awaits when she turns up at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

She did make an appearance at the UFC 205 weigh-ins, walking on stage to square off briefly with Nunes before walking straight off. It was strange, to say the least.

Some of the more prominent voices in MMA can’t understand what’s going on. Commentator Joe Rogan was baffled as to why Nunes, after submitting Miesha Tate — the bantamweight champion before her — in the first round of their fight at UFC 200 in July, isn’t drawing any attention.

Source: nypost.com