UFC: Including Islam Makhachev vs. Alexander Volkanovski 7 UFC bouts announced. View all of the fights that have been announced for the UFC, Bellator, and other promotions in the last week.
Do we all agree that UFC 281 deserves to be considered for “Event of the Year”? The PPV from last weekend feels like it had to be at the top of the list of the events we have left in 2022.
There was much to enjoy from this pay-per-view event, from Alex Pereira shocking the world with his fifth-round TKO of Israel Adesanya to Zhang Weili becoming a two-time strawweight champion.
We got precisely what we wanted from Dustin Poirier and Michael Chandler, and the prelims were jam-packed with memorable performances from people like Renato Moicano, Ryan Spann, Erin Blanchfield, and others.Now that we have completed that card, we can examine the remaining cards on the timetable.
Next in UFC:-
It is confirmed that Alexander Volkanovski and Islam Makhachev will square off! Makhachev recently submitted Charles Oliveira to win the UFC lightweight title, which was vacant at the time. He was in front of him in a matter of seconds, so the American Kickboxing Academy (AKA) product didn’t have to wait long to learn who his next opponent would be.
The current UFC featherweight champion, who could face Oliveira in Makhachev vs. Oliveira, shared a moment in the Octagon with Makhachev, basically setting up the now-confirmed superfight that will be the main event of UFC 284 next year.
UFC Vegas 65 Fight Night,November 19:
Heavyweight match between Waldo Cortes-Acosta and Chase Sherman
Warlley Alves vs. Nicolas Dalby, welterweight, UFC 283, January 21
Seoul UFC on February 4:-
Kyle Nelson vs. Doo Ho Choi — featherweight
Islam Makhachev vs. Alexander Volkanovski in the lightweight division of UFC 284 on February 11
Valentine’s Day, February 18:-
Gabriel Bentez vs. Jim Miller: a light fight
February 25 is UFC Fight Night:-
Victor Martinez vs. Jordan Leavitt: a light fight.