The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was live from Oklahoma City, OK for the next time in promotional history last Sunday (July 25, 2017) using UFC Fight Night 112: Chiesa vs. Lee. It turned out to be a solid night of bits that found five of 13 bouts ending inside the distance, and with actions now in our rear perspective, let us take a look at some potential matchups featuring a few of the opponents in the day…
Dominick Reyes vs. Marcos Rogerio Lima
Reyes impressed in his promotional introduction by dismantling and knocking out Joachim Christensen in just less than half a minute into the opening round of action. It was a picture-perfect debut for its undefeated light heavyweight, who might potentially bring some new life to the razor-thin division. For his next outing inside the Octagon, I would like to see him shoot on TUF two finalist Marcos Rogerio de Lima, who’s coming from a second-round entry loss to Ovince St. Preux just a few months ago. I believe the Brazilian is a good evaluation for Reyes his second time out, which is a possible matchup I would be interested in seeing booked for a future card. I think that it would be a good addition to the card for September’s UFC 215 at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Clay Guida vs. Jon Tuck
Guida impressed in his return to action in the UFC’s lightweight division following a short stint in featherweight. Coming off a third-round TKO loss to Brian Ortega, Guida returned into the win column in impressive fashion this past weekend by surviving a rough opening round against Erik Koch, just to return and dominate the next two rounds to get a unanimous-decision success. It was a classic Clay Guida performance along with an impressive victory for”The Carpenter” back in 155 pounds. For his next excursion, I’d be interested in seeing him shoot on Guam’s Jon Tuck, who is coming off a first-round rear-naked choke submission win over Takanori Gomi. I think this possible lightweight contest would be a good addition to the card for October’s UFC 216 at Las Vegas.
Tony Martin vs. Francisco Trinaldo
Martin defeated Johnny Case via unanimous decision on the judges’ scorecards following three back-and-forth rounds of interesting action. The victory puts him three fight-winning series within the Octagon, and he hopes to make it four straight against ranked opposition his second time out. Input: Francisco Trinaldo. “Masaranduba” is coming from a second-round rear-naked choke entry loss to Kevin Lee, which snapped an impressive seven-fight winning series for the TUF: Brazil veteran. I think this rare”winner versus failure” matchup at 155 pounds makes sense for both fighters, and I would like to see it booked for a future fight card, preferably on the main card for October’s UFC Fight Night in Brazil.
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