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Dennis Hallman will cut down to 155lbs, as he is set to face John Makdessi at UFC 140.
After a decade, Dennis Hallman will return to lightweight division when he lock horns with John Makdessi on UFC 140.
Dennis Hallman was carrying a two-fight winning streak when he was knocked out by Brian Ebersole at UFC 133. John Makdessi, on the other hand, is carrying victories over Pat Audinwood and Kyle Watson from UFC 124 and 129 respectively.
UFC 140 will go down on December 10 at the Air Canada Centre, and will feature a heavyweight battle between former champions — Frank Mir and Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira.View Article Source »
After replacing the slots of John Makdessi and Paul Taylor on UFC on Versus 5, Donald Cerrone and Charles Oliveira's bout were moved to the event's main card.
The lightweight showdown between Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone and Charles Oliveira was moved to the UFC on Versus 5’s main card matches that will take place in Milwaukee.
However, the two fighters are not the original ones that are scheduled for the August card. The original fight was a showdown between John Makdessi and Paul Taylor. But the former had an injury that forced him to pull out from the said match. Then Donald Cerrone stepped in to replace him. Several days later, Paul Taylor was forced out of the bout and the UFC officials get Charles Oliveira to face the Cowboy.
Both fighters are widely known for their exciting and non-stop action performance on their every fights, and that’s the reason why the match between them was moved on the main card that will be televised for UFC on Versus 5. UFC on Versus 5 will take place on August 12 in Milwaukee at the Bradley Center.View Article Source »
As Canadian fighter - John Makdessi - withdraws from his UFC on Versus 5 match due to injury, Donald Cerrone fills in the empty slot and faces Paul Taylor.
After John Makdessi withdrew from his match against Paul Taylor, Donald ‘Cowboy’ Cerrone steps in to replace him for UFC on Versus 5 in Milwaukee.
Former title contender, Donald Cerrone, has two consecutive notable wins over Paul Kelly and Vagner Rocha. The Team Jackson fighter has been lobbying to get a hometown bout for UFC 135 in Denver, but he was scheduled to fight in August.
The fight between Donald Cerrone and Paul Taylor could be a big match-up of two heavy strikers in the lightweight division. However, there are no further details whether the match will be televised or not.View Article Source »
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 »
UFC 124 is nearly there, and the lineup in almost complete. Four additional bouts were added on the list. Check out if your favorite fighter is included, and don't forget to share your bet.
UFC has added four new bouts to the UFC 124 event, as the lineup nears completion. Now included in the card is a lightweight clash between Joe Stevenson and Mac Danzig, and a welterweight showdown of Thiago Alves versus John Howard. Also added in the line up are two preliminary bouts between Ricardo Almeida versus T.J. Grant and Pat Audinwood versus John Makdessi.
More fighter preview and event lineup are posted after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
A new fighter is making his first step in the UFC soil. John "The Bull" Makdessi is set to make his UFC debut against Pat Audinwood at UFC 124. Will this be a start of something better for The Bull?
Canadian native John Makdessi has signed with UFC and is set to make his debut against Pat Audinwood at UFC 124. Makdessi, who has not yet fought outside Canada, will make his appearance under the UFC banner in his home turf. The UFC 124, that will feature a title defense fight between George St-Pierre and Josh Koscheck, will take place at the Bell Centre in Montreal on December 11
A student of Firas Zahabi, John “The Bull” Makdessi won a decision over Bendy Casimir last month. And glad to welcome Makdessi in the promotion is Pat Audinwood. Audinwood, on the other hand, is coming from his first submission setback in his entire career by Thiago Tavares last UFC 119.
Having the need to go the distance, who can make it before the final bell strikes? Will it be the newcomer or the long-time UFC fighter?View Article Source »
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