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MMA Junkie rankings report: Breaking down UFC on ESPN+ 14 aftermath

UFC on ESPN+ 14 might not have been anywhere close to the biggest event of the year, but it did have a significant impact on the… 129 more words


Fribourg, Switzerland's Volkan Oezdemir earns 4th UFC win at ‘UFC Fight Night 156’ in Montevideo, Uruguay

Fighting out of Fribourg, Switzerland, Volkan “No Time” Oezdemir, 29, was one of the winners at “UFC Fight Night 156.” It was the Swiss mixed martial artist’s fourth victory in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. 380 more words


UFC on ESPN+ 14 results: Volkan Oezdemir batters Ilir Latifi to snap three-fight skid

Volkan Oezdemir ended his losing skid in emphatic fashion with a dominant display of offensive against Ilir Latifi at UFC on ESPN+ 14.

In a matchup that was twice delayed, former UFC title challenger Oezdemir (16-4 MMA, 4-3 UFC) utterly battered Latifi (14-7 MMA, 7-5 UFC) until he stopped and dropped his opponent for a second-round knockout to snap his three-fight slump for his first victory since July 2017. 386 more words


UFC Uruguay Preview - Easy Main Event prediction.

The UFC octagon once again moves to South America and this time lands in Montevideo, Uruguay. ESPN+ Gets a title fight headliner for a change and the rest of the card really only has two fights that are notable. 457 more words


6 burning questions heading into UFC on ESPN+ 14

The UFC’s eighth straight weekend with an event during a run of nine in a row takes the company to the South American nation of Uruguay for the first time, as the capital city of Montevideo plays host to UFC on ESPN+ 14. 1,349 more words


Volkan Oezdemir vs. Ilir Latifi rescheduled for UFC on ESPN+ 14 in Uruguay

A loss for UFC on ESPN 5 will be a gain for UFC on ESPN+ 14.

On Tuesday, the promotion announced that a light heavyweight clash between Volkan Oezdemir and Ilir Latifi is being pushed back a week from Aug. 214 more words


UFC Stockholm Preview: Light Heavyweights Take Center Stage in Main, Co-Main Events


The Octagon makes its way to the country of Sweden for the sixth time in its history, and in the main event of the evening, the MMA’s pride of Sweden, Alexander Gustafsson, looks to get back into the light heavyweight title contention, when he takes on former light heavyweight title challenger, Anthony Smith. 1,306 more words