Clash Of Titans At UFC 230
DC vs. The Black Beast. Who Is The Baddest Man On The Planet?
UFC 230 is coming up fast, and it is set to be an amazing card. The heavyweight title is on the line when Daniel Cormier faces Derrick Lewis in the card’s main event. From there, the main card is also filled with great fights. In the co-main event, former UFC Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman faces Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza, who replaces a hurt Luke Rockhold. David Branch faces off with Jared Cannonier and Derek Brunson goes up against Israel Adesanya. The preliminary card is highlighted with a Woman’s Flyweight match between Female MMA legend Roxanne Modafferi and Sijara Eubanks. It is going to be a fun, action packed night!
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The main event heavyweight title fight should be one for the ages. UFC Light Heavy and Heavyweight Champion Daniel Cormier, and the Challenger, Derrick “The Black Beast” Lewis. This is an amazing match up, and should be very entertaining. Both guys are coming off wins, most important being Daniel Cormier’s title winning performance against Stipe Miocic. This will be his first Heavyweight title defense, and Derrick Lewis should give him the challenge he needs!
Daniel Cormier is an amazing fighter, and athlete. At 39 years old, he is just now hitting his prime. He is only the second of two fighters in UFC history to hold titles in two weight classes simultaneously. He is also currently ranked as the best pound for pound fighter in the world. He is a very well rounded fighter, with a very strong wrestling game. He is not afraid of the grind, and shows that in his fights. Can Derrick Lewis test his skills? We will see at UFC 230.
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Derrick Lewis is jumping right back into the ring, coming off a knockout win against Alexander Volkov in Early October. He looked good in that fight, just working what he knows best, the atomic bomb of a right hand. Eventually, that W.M.D. found its home in the 3rd round, and he left with the victory. After, the fight he and Joe Rogan had just about the best post fight interview in the history of the UFC. Also during this, he mentioned that he was not ready for a title fight, citing bad cardio. Well, opportunity must have knocked, and he was sure to answer. Can his powerful stand up game, and right hand be enough to dethrone Cormier? Can his cardio keep the pace with the champion?
Be sure to catch the card on PPV. It should be an awesome night of fights!