If you thought you were being spoiled already last week, check out the fight card for next Saturday, September 26, 2020. Two title fights coming up and both of them I guarantee you don’t want to miss! For the main event, we have Adesanya vs Costa, and for the co-main event, we have Reyes vs Blachowicz. But let’s be honest, we might call this one the main event as well! Let’s have a closer look at some of the fights on the main card this weekend.
ISRAEL ADESANYA VS PAULO COSTA
The main event for the Middleweight title! The undefeated champion Israel “The Last Stylebender” Adesanya will finally face the also undefeated number two ranked contender Paulo “The Eraser” Costa in the octagon. Both of them have been trash-talking each other for weeks. As a matter of fact, Costa has been calling out the champ several times already after his last fight and it’s very clear, these guys hate each other. Costa feels the belt is within reach, and to be honest I have to agree with him, as he is one of the most feared fighters in the division. Learn more about how and why I think Costa will win this fight.
|ISRAEL ADESANYA VS PAULO COSTA||W2 By KO, TKO, DQ Or On Points - Yes||3||8||1XBet|
DOMINICK REYES VS JAN BLACHOWICZ
After Jon Jones decided to vacate his Light Heavyweight title on August 18, 2020, and move up to the Heavyweight division, it’s time for a new champion to claim his throne. The number one contender Dominick “The Devastator” Reyes will take another shot at the Light Heavyweight title after his controversial loss by decision against Jones last February 8, 2020. Many people, including myself, believe he could have won that decision. This time he will face the number three contender Jan “Prince of Cieszyn” Blachowicz in the cage. Although Blachowicz is one of the toughest guys in the division, here’s why I think Reyes will become the new Light Heavyweight champion.
|DOMINICK REYES VS JAN BLACHOWICZ||Decision W Dominick Reyes - Yes||3.7||6||1XBet|
KETLEN VIEIRA VS SIJARA EUBANKS
Sijara “Sarj” Eubanks (7 – 4 – 0) will return to the octagon for the third time this year, only two weeks after her previous fight against Julia Avila on September 12, 2020, which she won by unanimous decision. Although she’s currently on a two-fight winning streak, I believe this fight follows up way too soon for her. Ketlen “Fenomeno” Vieira (10 – 1 – 0) will prove to be a tough nut to crack. She will do everything to correct her only loss against Irene Aldana by KO last December 14, 2019. She will have better cardio, be more aggressive and even though Eubanks has a black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, I believe Vieira will dominate Eubanks in the top position on the ground. I’d say Vieira will win this one by decision.
|KETLEN VIEIRA VS SIJARA EUBANKS||Decision W Ketlen Vieira - Yes||2.1||6||1XBet|
KAI KARA FRANCE VS BRANDON ROYVAL
The number seven ranked contender in the Flyweight division, Kai “Don’t Blink” Kara France (21 – 8 – 0, 1NC) will take on the number 10 ranked contender Brandon “Raw Dawg” Royval (11 – 4 – 0). I believe this is going to be a close fight. Kara France so far has fought five UFC fights, of which he only lost one. All of them went the distance. In his entire professional career he only lost four fights by stoppage, two by KO and two by submission. His last loss by stoppage dated October 25, 2014. So it’s clear Kara France is very hard to finish. Royval on the other hand fought only one UFC fight, which he won by submission on May 30, 2020 against Tim Elliot. He won ten of his eleven professional wins by stoppage, three by KO and seven by submission. Royval will try to finish Kara France, but I’m afraid he will not succeed. He doesn’t have the true knockout power to take out Kara France, who is also very capable of defending himself on the ground. Kara France will fight like we expect, not really looking for the finish, more focusing on scoring points. That’s why I believe this fight will go the distance as well, and Kara France will take the win by decision.
|KAI KARA FRANCE VS BRANDON ROYVAL||Decision W Kai Kara-France - Yes||1.83||8||1XBet|
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