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Michael Johnson isn’t happy by main card snub at Ultimate Fighting Championship

Resurgent mixed martial arts (MMA) veteran Kajan Johnson going to still his comeback campaign versus Rustam Khabilov at Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 127 on Mar.
Johnson, 33, is coming in new off a 3rd-round knockout victory over Brazilian Adriano Martins this past September.
Khabilov, 31, expanded his current beat streak to 5 by a unanimous decision over Desmond Green this past September.
Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 127 currently has no main event in place, however going to feature a light heavyweight showdown pitting Britain’s own Jimi Manuwa versus Polish contender Jan Blachowicz.
Stick by Mania for further Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 127 battle card break news.

Kajan Johnson versus. Rustam Khabilov scheduled for Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 127 in London

I don’t know even know who the other half of the main event is ‍♂️ ‍♂️ ‍♂️ ‍♂️ & a senior citizen as the co-main?
Nice main card!
As for the main event, Jeremy Stephens going to face off versus Doo Ho Choi — a Person who has clearly not caught Johnson’s attention.
Rounding out the main card is Paige VanZant taking on Jessica-Rose Clark, When Emil Meek faces Kamaru Usman in Welterweight action.
To see who else is Battling at the upcoming Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 124: “Stephens versus Choi” event click here.
Kajan Johnson vs. Rustam Khabilov scheduled for UFC Fight Night 127 in London

Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night: Stephens versus. Choi previews, predictions, coverage, odds, further

as mentioned in Check out Bloody Elbow’s pre-battle coverage of Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 124, that takes place in St. Louis, Missouri on Sunday, January 14th.
The main event is a featherweight bout among Jeremy Stephens & Doo Ho Choi, When middleweights Vitor Belfort & Uriah Hall square off in the co-main event.

Donald Cerrone not thinking about three-battle losing skid ahead of Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 126 headliner

He can potentially be walking on dangerous grounds going into Feb. 18’s Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 126 headliner versus Yancy Medeiros (15-four MMA, six-four Ultimate Fighting Championship), that takes place at Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas, & airs on FS1 next early prelims on Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Pass.
I’ve only had a bad run of luck, I speculation, by getting my ass whipped.”Despite his skid, Cerrone didn’t attempt to pursue an simple battle to help him rebound.
“I thought the battle was supposed to be by Matt Brown,” Cerrone said.
“Matt Brown called the Ultimate Fighting Championship & asked for the battle & said he wanted to do it, & originally the battle was me & Matt Brown, Austin main event.
Somebody’s streak have to go.”For further on Ultimate Fighting Championship battle Night 126, check out the Ultimate Fighting Championship gossipsection of the site.
Donald Cerrone not thinking about 3-fight losing skid ahead of UFC Fight Night 126 headliner

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