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UFC 228 predictions.
Both Bellator MMA and the UFC are holding two big events on Saturday night with Bellator 199 in the SAP Center in San Jose, California and the UFC with UFC 224 in Brazil.
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UFC 223 is a little different, so the breakdown for UFC 223 will be a little different.
With VFC 60, the squared cage returns on April 14 in Hammond, Indiana at the Horseshoe Casino just outside of Chicago.
UFC 222 features the quick return of Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino who is ready to defend against Invicta FC’s Yana Kunitskaya. Also in the co-main event, a contender match between the number one and number two featherweights in the UFC, Frankie Edgar and Brian Ortega face off to be the next man to fight for the title.
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UFC 221 has an important title fight in the main event that will begin the correction of the middleweight division in the UFC.
Lyoto Machida faces Eryk Anders Saturday night at UFC Fight Night 125.
Saturday, UFC returned to action with UFC on Fox 27: “Jacaré vs. Brunson 2” inside the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, N.C. On top of the card, Ronaldo "Jacaré" Souza (24–5–1) scores a TKO victory over dangerous striker Derek Brunson (18–5).
On Saturday, the UFC will make their return to action with UFC on Fox 27: “Jacaré vs. Brunson 2”. The main event will feature a rematch in the middleweight division between former Strikeforce Middleweight Champion Ronaldo "Jacare" Souza and Derek Brunson.
Stipe Miocic was counted out before UFC 220 even aired. Easy to do when a highlight knockout over the number one ranked heavyweight happened not so long ago.
UFC 220 marks the first big pay-per-view event of 2018 from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The main event was practically booked after title challenger Francis Ngannou dispatched Alistair Overeem in the first round of the UFC 218 co-main event, quickly making him the number one contender to face current champ Stipe Miocic.
Sunday, UFC returned to action with UFC Fight Night: “Stephens vs. Choi” inside Scottrade Center in St. Louis. In the headliner, Jeremy Stephens (27–14) stopped Doo Ho Choi (14–3) via TKO in the second round.
Although Sarah Kaufman said she wanted to win with a finish, she won by unanimous decision against a hard-fought battle against Pennie Kianzad. Impressive outings as always with an Invicta FC event.