Michael Bisping vs Georges St-Pierre Live. UFC will today make its second visit to Madison Square Garden, which promises to be the densest card of the year. This year, at this stage is not quite the glamor of the success story Conor McGregor in the history of the championship, but the card was deep and full potentially explosive match-fixing.
Georges St-Pierre has been a big star, as well as Ronda Rousay is not a McGregor took it to the mainstream, and has the opportunity to become the fourth champion in double the weight in the history of the UFC, joining to McGregor, Rendi Kutyuru and BJ Penn.
A long-lived welterweight king who did not fight in four years will try to add Michael Bisping’s belt to his legendary movement. But this is just one of the three titles on the line, and on the undercard there are many other fun fights.
Ovin Saint-Presx pulled a rabbit out of his hat, or in this case a left-handed blow, to stun Corey Anderson in a light heavyweight battle. In the second cold-blooded knockout at night, Saint Preux decisively ended the fight in the third round with a kick that left Anderson.
He took a few minutes to retrieve his legs, but was able to get out of the sand. Anderson controlled much of the first round, hitting twice the “Saint-Pre” and staying aggressive. But St.
The referee stopped the fight so that Anderson could replace him, and took the opportunity to calm down. “He captured his color,” said Saint-Prex. St. Prex now won three straight after his career was replaced by John Jones and Jimi Manuva.
Yandex Randy Brown was too strong in three rounds, which took place mostly on the ground.
Brown took Gall at the start of the first round and went to work from the top position. Gala managed to change the stage in the second to even fight. Brown now has a 4-2 record in the UFC, while Gallu will have to re-evaluate him after stopping.