6 Main Card Predictions For Ufc Fight Night: Bader vs. Saint Preux

We’ve had a lull in the world of the Ufc over the past few weeks, and while there have been Bellator and Wsof events to fill the gap, in general, much more has happened outside of the cage than inside it. Most of this is due to the cancellation of Ufc 176, which was to kick off August, but even still, there was to be a week without an event on the schedule, something that is becoming more and more of a rarity with the promotion these days.

Well, the calm before the storm is over, as the Ufc returns next weekend, this time in Bangor, Maine, with Ufc Fight Night: Bader vs. Saint Preux, numerically Ufc Fight Night 47. Following that, the promotion will once against hold two events in a single day a week later, with Ufc Fight Night: Bisping vs. Le and Ufc Fight Night: Henderson vs. Dos
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Ufc Confirms Bader vs. Osp, Tate vs. Nakai Targeted For Japan

According to a post on, the promotion has slated Ryan Bader (17-4), coming off a win over former Strikeforce champ Rafael Cavalcante at Ufc 174, against Ovince Saint Preux (16-5), who picked up a stoppage win also at Ufc 174, over Ryan Jimmo. The light heavyweight bout sees the 8th ranked Bader and 10th ranked Osp headling the Ufc’s Fight Night event in Bangor, Maine on August 16th. One man’s march towards possible title contention will continue that night, while the other will go to the back of the line.

Other fights announced for the card include Tim Boetsch vs. Brad Tavares, Shawn Jordan vs. Jack May, and Tom Watson vs. Sam Alvey.

Meanwhile, Fox Sports is reporting that Miesha “Cupcake” Tate (14-5), former Strikeforce women’s bantamweight champ and Ufc title contender, will meet undefeated Ufc newcomer Rin Nakai (16-0-1) in September in Japan. That card
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Ufc 174 Main Card Results

Flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson had his belt on the line at Ufc 174 Vancouver Saturday night.

How would the champion fare? How would the return of Andrei Arlovski play out, and which Rory MacDonald would show up?

The card opened with a bout between Canadian robot-dancer and fastest knockout in Ufc history holder Ryan Jimmo going up against surging Ovince St. Preux, who scored a win with a Von Flue choke in his last fight. Holder of a calf slicer submission earlier in his career, St. Pruex’s submission arsenal is impressive, though he hasn’t actually finished with many. That seems as if it’s going to change. This bout was tough to watch due to the finish – as Ovince, who has really come on of late, worked on a kimura in the second round, Jimmo called out that his arm was broken, and the fight was stopped.

The fact
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5 Main Card Predictions For Ufc 174

Ufc 174 takes place live Saturday June 14th from Vancouver, Canada. What do we have in store for us?

Culminating with a flyweight title fight between Mighty Mouse Johnson and Ali Bagautinov, the card also features the much discussed return of former heavyweight champ Andrei Arlovski versus Brendan Schaub, and a bout between welterweight contenders Rory Macdonald and Tyron Woodley that will move one of them closer to a title shot against current champion Johnny Hendricks, and send another to the back of the line.

Also on the card, Ryan Jimmo meets Ovince Saint Preux, and another Ryan, “Darth” Bader, meets former Strikeforce champ Rafael Cavalcante.

It’s a night of high stakes with the potential for exciting finishes. So without further adieu, here are predictions for all five fights on the main card of Ufc 174.

5. Ryan Jimmo vs. Ovince Saint Preux

Weight Class: Light Heavyweight

Ryan Jimmo, the Canadian who
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