UFC Announced Matchups today and there was a lot of them.
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UFC Fight Night 58 UFC Announced Matchups
Dan Miller vs. Daniel Sarafian
Dan Miller is returning to Middleweight and the Octagon for the first time in over a year. This will be Miller’s 13th fight in the UFC, but he is looking to break the 500 mark after going 6-6. He will be facing off with Daniel Sarafian who will be looking to keep his job after going 1-2 in the UFC. Whoever losses this will most likely return to the regional circuit.
Jake Collier vs. Vitor Miranda
RFA Middleweight champion Jake Collier is making his debut after capturing his first major title. His current MMA record sits at 8-1 with seven finishes in his career. He will have a stiff test in his Octagon debut when he takes on Vitor Miranda who was on the third installment of TUF Brazil as a Heavyweight but drops to 185 looking for his first UFC win.
UFC 181 UFC Announced Matchups
Clay Collard vs. Alex White
Collard was impressive in his short notice debut against Max Hollaway which earned him a return trip to the Octagon. That was his first loss in five fights. White on the other hand has had his ups and downs in the Octagon. He was impressive with his knockout debut, but he was put away in his last fight. Now, both has a chance to make a better impression in this bout.
UFC 182 UFC Announced Matchups
Shawn Jordan vs. Jared Cannonier
Jordan was supposed to be the next big thing in the Heavyweight division after knocking out Mike Russow and Pat Barry, but a pair of knockout losses to Matt Mitrione and Gabe Gonzaga sent him back down to the bottom of the division. He redeemed himself with a knockout of Jack May but will have to try and repeat that against newcomer Jared Cannonier who has won seven straight fights and knocked out six of them.
UFC 183 UFC Announced Matchups
Thiago Alves vs. Jordan Mien
This match was supposed to happen earlier this year but the oft injured Alves dropped out of the bout. Mien went on to knockout the veteran Welterweight fighter mike Pyle. Alves just returned from an over two year injury to take a win over Seth Baczynski. Whoever wins this fight will most likely crack the top 15 at 170.
Andy Enz vs. Thiago Santos
Whoever losses this fight will be out of the UFC. Enz has lost his first two bouts while Santos is only 1-2. With one last shot at glory this should be a good matchup with both looking to prove themselves.