UFC Fight Announcements on August 4th

UFC Fight Announcements on August 4th.

UFC Fight Announcements: UFC 192 October 3rd in Houston, Texas

Jessica Eye(11-3-0) vs. Julianna Pena(6-2-0)

Eye is making a quick turnaround after falling in her number one contender’s bout in her fight with Miesha Tate. With only one win in four UFC fights, it may be time for Eye to put up or shut up. She is a tough fighter, but tough fighters can only go so far. Pena is making her return after a first round blowout of Milana Dudieva with a TKO in the first round. Now, she has a chance to make a statement when taking on the 5th ranked fighter in her division.

Yair Rodriguez(5-1-0) vs. Dnaiel Hooker(12-5-0)

Rodriguez looks to build off of his two fight winning streak when taking on Hooker. He has not been that impressive due to winning both of his fights by decision. Hooker has gone 2-1, but he has been a lot more impressive in his wins. That last of which was a huge knockout over former top Featherweight Hatsu Hioki.

UFC Fight Announcements: Ultimate Fight Night 77 October 24th in Dublin, Ireland

Scott Askham(13-1-0) vs. Krzystof Jotko(15-1-0)

Asthma looks to build off his win in his last fight after losing his debut. He earned a huge knockout int he first round with a knee. He takes on the former unbeaten Jotko who has gone 2-1 in his UFC career so far.

Cathal Pendred(17-3-1) vs. Tom Breese(8-0-0)

Pendred won his first four fights even though no one rooted for him and took a short notice fight against John Howard recently, which he lost. Now, he goes for his fourth fight of the year when taking on the undefeated Breese. Reese is a tough fighter having finished al eight of his wins. He took out six by submission and two by knockout including his UFC debut.

UFC Fight Announcements: Ultimate Fight Night 79 November 21st in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico

Matt Brown(20-13-0) vs. Kelvin Gastelum(11-1-0)

Gastelum is getting a a 100th shot at being a Welterweight after being forced up a weightless in his last bout. he takes on top five talent in Matt Brown who is fresh off a big knockout win. It also helps since ehe will boost a card that takes place in Mexico. Brown has a chance to prove he can beat a wrestler which has been his toughest fights in the Octagon. He is also a coach for the TUF Latin America second season.

Efain Escudero(24-9-0) vs. Leandro Silva(18-2-1)

Escudero was only given a third shot in the Octagon due to him helping bolster the Mexico card earlier this year. While he lost his redebut, he has now won two straight including a first round submission in less than a minute. Now he takes on Silva who has gone 2-1-0-1 in his UFC fights so far. He is also a coach for the TUF Latin America second season.

TUF: Latin America 2 Light Final

TUF: Latin America 2 Welterweight Final

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