UFC 270 Predictions

The UFC returns with their first pay-per-view card of the new year in Anaheim, California. It features two massive title fights including the third installment of a flyweight trilogy that has arguably saved the division from extinction, and a title unification with a complex backstory that’ll finally settle on Saturday night. What’s most intriguing isContinue reading “UFC 270 Predictions”

UFC 269 Predictions

The UFC returns with its final pay-per-view card of the year in the familiar city of Las Vegas, Nevada at the T-Mobile Arena. Headlined by a long-anticipated title fight between Charles Oliveira vs. Dustin Poirier, there are plenty of familiar names all the way down to the early prelims. Submission specialist, Ryan Hall, makes aContinue reading “UFC 269 Predictions”

UFC 266 Predictions

After almost a seven-week layoff of pay-per-view events, the UFC has finally returned with another jam-packed card with long-anticipated title fights and legends and other popular veterans returning. Dan Hooker, Marlon Moraes, Chris Daukaus, and Shamil Abdurakhimov are just some of the more well-known names featured on the prelims. While Nasrat Haqparast, Taila Santos, andContinue reading “UFC 266 Predictions”

The Revitalization of Derek Brunson

Let’s travel back in time to November 3rd, 2018 for UFC 230 Cormier vs. Lewis. Kicking off this main card is a clash between a rising middleweight in Israel Adesanya and UFC veteran Derek Brunson, who had 13 UFC appearances before this point. This battle ends up having a quick finish after Adesanya picks Brunson apartContinue reading “The Revitalization of Derek Brunson”

Light Heavyweight Division: Post Jon Jones Era

After Jan Blachowicz’s impressive first title defense over Middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, the movement in the Light Heavyweight division has been extremely slow, as it’s been for years now. There have only been about two legitimate ranked fights since the title was on the line, and only one ended in a way that actually creates a riftContinue reading “Light Heavyweight Division: Post Jon Jones Era”