Jimi Manuwa is one fight away from a title shotThe Londoner is on the undercard of the UFC 214 bill in California on Sunday, where current champ Daniel Cormier defends his belt against Jon Jones. Manuwa tackles Switzerland’s Volkan Oezdemir and says that he has been promised a tilt at the title by UFC president Dana White. Manuwa, who has won his last two fights, said: “I can’t argue with Jon Jones getting the fight against Cormier.
He meets Kelvin Gastelum in the early hours of Sunday morning and is determined to end a three-fight losing streak. After losing his middleweight title to Luke Rockhold in December 2015, he was beaten by Yoel Romero and then lost to Gegard Mousasi in his latest fight in April. But the 33-year-old ‘All American’ has a warning for those people who have written him off as being over-the-hill, saying: “I’ll prove them wrong. “I have all these people writing me off right now - more than ever.
They meet at UFC Fight Night 113 in Calderwood’s home city and she is still angry at the pre-fight antics of her American opponent. When they met at the UFC’s summer kick-off press conference Calvillo, with a confident-looking smile, put a fist to Calderwood’s face as they posed for the cameras. It was a gesture that still rankles 31-year-old Calderwood, who didn’t rise to the bait but simply returned a sarcastic smile.
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