Jacksonville, Ph.D. – Chan Chung Jung He knew this would be his last chance.
The “Korean Zombie” first challenged for the 2013 UFC Featherweight title. On Saturday, Jung will get another chance on the belt against the champion. Alexander Volkanovsky At the main event of UFC 273 at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena.
ESPN Volkanovsky No. Rating as a பவு 4 fighter aircraft. In feather weight, Volkanovsky is 1st and Jung is 9th. Max HollowayVolkonovsky was twice defeated in title fights and was Volkonovsky’s first planned opponent before retiring due to injury.
Volkonowski (23-1) has 10 straight wins to start his UFC career and 20 consecutive wins overall. The Australian-born player fought for his title Brian Ortega There are now two successful title defends by a unanimous decision in UFC 266 last September. Volkanovsky, 33, defeated Holloway at UFC 245 in December 2019 to win the belt.
Jung (17-6) has won three of the last four. The South Korean-born fighter jet decides unanimously and wins Don Ike Last June. Jung, 35, will pass Don Henderson On Saturday, the UFC Fighter with the most time between head fights. Aldo defeated Jung at UFC 163 on August 3, 2013.
At the co-main event, Aljamin Sterling And Peter Yan Consolidate the UFC Phantomweight title. In March 2021 at UFC 259 Yan won the title by disqualification when he was illegally beaten on the knee. Following the victory, Yan became the interim champion. Cory Chandagan At UFC 267 last October.
The 32-year-old Sterling (20-3) from New York has six consecutive wins. Yan (16-2), a 29-year-old Russian man training in Thailand, is ESPN’s 6th-ranked pound fighter. In Phantom Weight, Yan and Sterling are ranked 1st and 2nd, respectively.
Also on the cover, the former title challenge Gilbert Burns And red-hot, unbeaten chance Kamsat Simeov Welderweight will meet in the title eliminator. Further, McKenzie Tern Facing Dacia Torres In the women’s straightweight competition, the best chance Ian Carey Let’s meet Darian weeksAnd Aspen Lot And Rahul Pennington Women’s Phantomweight competitor will compete.
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Fighting on: Women’s Phantomweight: Aspen Lot (9-2, 4-2 UFC, +155) vs. Raquel Pennington (13-9, 10-5 UFC, -180)
UFC 273 Results
Welderweight: Mike Malott (8-1-1, 1-0 UFC) Def. Mickey Call (7-5, 6-5 UFC) by TKOSee ESPN +)
This is a good night for UFC debutants.
Malot starched through the left hook of the leg, resulting in TKO at 3:41 in the first round. Punch sat face down on the gallbladder and Malot followed. But the referee correctly fielded and saved the leg and ended the fight.
That malt hook is absolutely disgusting! Oops! # UFC273
– Julian Marquez (JMarquezMMA) April 10, 2022
It was beautiful even before the fight was over, with both men trading combinations. Blood flowed from Malot’s nose as a result of Khali’s guilt.
The 30-year-old Malot has won four times in total. The winner was a Canadian who trains from the Alpha Male Group in California Shimon Smodritzky By first-round submission to enter the UFC in Dana White’s rival series. The 30-year-old New Jersey native, who is training from Florida, fell two straight down.
Heavyweight: Alexei Olinic (60-16-1, 9-7 UFC) Dep. Did Jared come? (12-8, 1-4 UFC) via Scarf Holt submission (See ESPN +)
Olinic won by submission. Stop the pressures.
For the gray 44-year-old Russian, the neck crank he used to get a plate from Vandora was his 47th submission victory in a 60-fight career. The submission came in at 3:39 in the opening round, which was Olinick’s second scarf hold in Octagon and only seventh in UFC history. He has seven submissions in the UFC, second only to heavyweight in history Frank MirEight.
Hopefully in a decade I will catch on like Olinic, aha! # UFC273
– Henry Ceejudo (enHenryCejudo) April 9, 2022
This victory, which broke the three-fight skiing, turns Olinic into the third senior fighter to win in the UFC. Randy Kottur (47) and Don Henderson (45)
Vandora, 29, of Mimet, California, knew that Olinic had planned to take the fight to the canvas, and he prevented it early on. He then took Olinic to the mat by himself and regained control, threatening to suffocate in the back naked. But Olinic used a leg lock to reverse position, then controlled the final move to hand over a third consecutive defeat to Vandora and a fourth in his last five fights.
Strawweight: Byra Rodriguez (8-0, 1-0 UFC) Def. K. Hansen (7-6, 1-3 UFC) By consensus (See ESPN +)
Initially, Hansen’s wrestling seemed to be different in the match, but Rodriguez proved a climax above as the fight continued.
In his UFC debut against Hanson, Rodriguez made a unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28). Rodriguez, also known as a striker, has been training with a renowned wrestling coach in Los Angeles. Kenny Johnson And the results were obvious.
Hansen had a relegation in the first round, landed some decent ground-and-pounds and finished the first five minutes of hand-triangular suffocation. Rodriguez was relegated in the second and third rounds, and Rodriguez worked for the post-nude choke following Hansen in the second round.
Rodriguez, 29, is a former LFA women’s strawweight champion. The Venezuelan entered the UFC last October after winning the Dana White rival series. Hansen, 22, of California, fell three times following four fights.
Hansen lost weight on Friday, at 118.5 pounds, 2.5 pounds higher than the titleless women’s strawweight limit.
Should Dillasha get the Sterling-Yan 2 winner?
TJ Dillashaw is backstage here # UFC273. He says Jan vs. Sterling plans to fight the winner.
– மார்க் ரைமொண்டி (marc_raimondi) April 9, 2022
Phantom Weight for Men: July Maple (18-5, 5-3 UFC) Dep. Daniel Santos (10-2, 0-1 UFC) By consensus (See ESPN +)
Santos entered the cage for his UFC debut and did not fall behind for three rounds, shooting every shot with remarkable force. Facing that aggression, Ars moved left and right for 15 minutes, sliding backwards and stepping forward to crack Santos again, all three of his scorecards (30-27, 30-27, 29-28).
Ars, 32, from New York, has won the last two-thirds of the season, with a defeat against rising star Chang Yatong. He was patient and elusive, and except for most of what Santos threw, he was marked by right jabs, straight left arms and high kicks. One drawback: Ars Phantomweight missed the limit at 136.5 pounds in weight on Friday.
Santos, 27, from Brazil, finished the series with two wins. He was aggressive, but was so wild with punches and spin attacks that only 17 of the 70 in the first round went down and lost steam from there.
More to come:
Men’s Featherweight Championship: Alexander Volkanovsky (c) (23-1, 10-0 UFC, -700) vs. Chan Chung Jung (17-6, 7-3 UFC, +500)
Men’s Phantomweight Championship: Aljamin Sterling (c) (20-3, 12-3 UFC, +350) vs. Peter Yan (ic) (16-2, 8-1 UFC, -450)
Welderweight: Gilbert Burns (20-4, 13-4 UFC, +370) vs. Kamsat Simeov (10-0, 4-0 UFC, -490)
Strawweight: McKenzie Tern (11-2, 6-2 UFC, -115) vs. Dacia Torres (13-5, 9-5 UFC, -105)
Lightweight: Mark O. Matson (11-0, 3-0 UFC, +105) vs. Wink Pitchell (14-2, 7-2 UFC, 1-25)
Welderweight: Ian Carey (8-0, 1-0 UFC, -400) vs. Darian weeks (5-1, 0-1 UFC, +310)
Middleweight: Anthony Hernandez (8-2, 2-2 UFC, -190) vs. Josh Fremt (9-2, 0-0 UFC, +160)
Heavyweight: Jairzinho Rozenstruik (12-3, 6-3 UFC, -160) vs. Marcin Typura (22-7, 9-6 UFC, +135)
(c) = Defensive Champion | (IC) = Interim Champion
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