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UFC 129 is fast approaching, that's why Fighting Insider is bringing you a preview to three of the event's preliminary bouts.
UFC 129’s preliminary card poses as a match between two countries, with Ivan Menjivar, Jason MacDonald and Jon Makdessi of Canada facing Charlie Valencia, Ryan Jensen and Kyle Watson of US respectively. While UFC fans will be all ears and eyes on the George St-Pierre vs Jake Shields duel, the Rogers Center in Toronto, Canada will also host preliminary matches that are worth watching.
Let Fighting Insider tell you what the crystal ball says at the three of seven UFC 129 preliminary bouts.Read the rest of the article »
A change has been made to the upcoming UFC 124 card as Canadian Jason MacDonald has been forced off the card with an unknown injury. Stepping in to replace him will be fellow countrymen Jesse "Water" Bongfeldt.
Canadian fighter, Jason MacDonald has been forced out of the UFC 124 card due to an unkown injury. But fellow Canadian, Jesse Bongfeldt, will step in to replace him. Bongfeldt will now face Rafael Natal in a middleweight fight of the upcoming event. Bongfeldt made his first appearance in UFC, carrying a seven-fight winning streak. However, he haven’t fought since September 2009. He competed in different shows and organizations over the recent years, and holds a submission win over T.J. Grant.
The Jesse Bongfeldt and Rafael Natal match will be part of the preliminary undercard portion of UFC 124 that will be held in Montreal.View Article Source »
MacDonald will be back in action and will face Natal at UFC 124 this December. Can The Athlete's ankle endure the upcoming Tourney, or will Natal find another distress?
UFC middleweight fighter Jason MacDonald is eying his return in the Octagon at UFC 124, and is slated to meet Rafael Natal. Jason “The Athlete” MacDonald is still mending his broken ankle — an injury he acquired at UFC 113 after meeting John Salter. Fortunately, MacDonald has been medically cleared to train since July, and anticipates to return into action this December.Read the rest of the article »
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