UFC Austin is here to grace us with yet another riveting display of two men attempting to rearrange each other’s faces in the name of sport. The main event promises a thrilling battle between Beneil Dariush and Arman Tsarukyan, or as I like to call it, “How many punches can we throw before someone hits the canvas?”.
According to some prestigious individuals over at MMA Fighting freaking dot com, Dariush sits comfortably at No. 4 while Tsarunyan trails behind at a not-too-shabby No. 10 on their global lightweight rankings. They will fight in a five-round non-title main event because apparently, three rounds just don’t cut it anymore for these gladiators of our time. Mark your calendars for Dec. 2 at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas, folks.
Dariush (22-5-1) aims to bounce back from that embarrassing eight-fight win streak breakage delivered by none other than Charles Oliveira’s first-round TKO stoppage in June. Meanwhile, Tsarukyan (20-3) has managed to secure seven wins out of his last eight matches – quite the accomplishment indeed! Their showdown is set against the gripping backdrop of victories over fellow fighters such as Damir Ismagulov and also this guy namedJoaquim Silva, whose name escaped me faster than you can say “concussion.”
The victor between these two titans is destined for greatness – well, sort of – and expectedly so since they are anticipated to re-enter the UFC’s talent-rich lightweight division’s title mix.
p id=“KXUczd”>“But wait! There’s more!!”. Yes indeed, joining this magical fight night filled with smelly sweat and bruised egos are five additional bouts featuring four sets individuals who have been ranked on UFC’s media-generated rankings.You’re welcome.feedback
pt aside your doubts about how action-packed this card might be and start placing bets now.
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UFC Austin main card lineup official for Dec. 2