The UFC has matched up two unbeaten flyweights in Brazil. Deiveson Figueiredo and Jarred Brooks are set to meet inside the Octagon at the UFC Fight Night 119 card in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Oct. 28. Both fighters announced the fight on social media following a report by Combate. Figueiredo (12-0) impressed in his UFC debut last June, stopping Marco Antonio Beltran via TKO between the second and third rounds in Rio de Janeiro. “God of War” only went the distance once in his MMA career.
Lyoto Machida is set to compete in a five-round middleweight bout against Derek Brunson, the UFC announced Monday. The matchup headlines the Fight Night card scheduled for Sao Paulo, Brazil, on Oct. 28. Combate first reported the fight. Machida (22-7) was issued a 18-month suspension prior to a rematch with Dan Henderson in April 2016, and will look to bounce back from losses to Luke Rockhold and Yoel Romero. His last win was in a main event bout with C.B. Holloway in Sao Paulo.
RIO DE JANEIRO — Two-time Olympic gold medalist Claressa Shields believes Cris Cyborg would be "a monster” if she focused only on boxing, and the UFC featherweight queen is willing to step into the ring to test herself. Cyborg, who has competed — and done well — in jiu-jitsu and wrestling matches and muay thai bouts, told the media in Brazil that she’s willing to put the gloves on for boxing if given an opportunity. "I’d like to box,” Cyborg said during a recent media scrum in Rio de Janeiro.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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