The most exciting fights start tonight!

Cody Garbantdr will have the opportunity to take revenge for the most throbbing losses in his rematch on Saturday against T.J. Dillashaw.

The main title of the title is the solid card, which will also see Swan Swan try to stop his career against Renato Mwikano. The latter lost his only loss to the organization by beating Calvin Katar in UFC 223, and was able to enter the title with another win.

In the main event of the night, the rivalry between his former colleagues was T.J. Dillashaw and Cody continue Garbrandt. Dillashaw recovered the weight of gold in the collision at UFC 217 in November and Dillashaw came off Garbrandt in the second round. Garbrandt will be considered a hero twice, while Dillashaw will try to consolidate his legacy with another victory.

Gold will also be at stake in the co-leader, with King Demetrius “Mighty Mouse” Johnson and “Henry Segdo” as “Flyweight”. Johnson has not been defeated since 2011, when he held 11 titles in direct defense. One of these defenses came against Cejudo at UFC 197, where Johnson was stopped by the Olympic gold medal with the bony knees of the body.

 

The UFC will broadcast the event through various partners, as well as UFC Fight Pass and UFC TV. For a complete list of partners, visit the official website of the event.

The event must begin at 22:00. ET / 3 hours BST (Sunday).

Dillashaw and Garbrandt fought an incredible battle at the UFC 217 meeting, the culmination of several months of discussions about waste and heat coming from the departure of his former teammate Alpha Alpha’s hero.

During the fight, Dillashaw found success with his kicks, but Garbrandt took over in the first heat and dropped him late. Dillashaw recovered and started his times slightly better markers per second, resulting in a stop. Here is a preview of the complete battle:

With similar methods and the desire to trade with their competitors, it must be another battle that can go both ways. Garberandt has raw energy power, but Dillashaw is the most cohesive fighter, and his advantage with kicking will allow him to maintain the distance he needs.

Johnson has not lost since 2011 and holds the UFC record for most consecutive titles, with 11 wins in a row. One of them ran against Cejudo at UFC 197, a one-sided battle ended with a stop in the first round.

Cejudo found success with his early eviction, but on his feet he had no chance against Mighty Mouse. These fights took place in April 2016, however, Cejudo has improved since.

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