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Sport Callout Collection: Who UFC on ESPN 18 winners want next – and how likely they'll get them

22:16  29 november  2020
22:16  29 november  2020 Source:   mmajunkie.com

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The callout : “I want to invite to fight Li Jingliang. He is a big star in China. Meanwhile Sanchez (29-12 MMA, 18 -12 UFC ) has actually enjoyed an even longer UFC run, and though he’s 37 Two UFC legends, both on the backside of their careers. They ’ve never faced off before, and neither has any

So after Saturday’s UFC UFC on ESPN + 18 event in Copenhagen, Denmark, who took advantage of their time on the mic? See below for this week’s Callout Collection – and just how realistic each one is. The callout : “I’d like to fight in December in Vegas.

Earning wins in the UFC is certainly no easy task, but what comes next is often even more important: the post-fight callout.

a man wearing a uniform: Bill Algeo © File photo Bill Algeo

So after Saturday’s UFC on ESPN 18 event in Las Vegas, who took advantage of their time on the mic?

See below for this week’s Callout Collection – and just how realistic each one is.


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I really respect them both. They ’re ranked above me and are longtime veterans of the sport . I’m a respected veteran of this sport and proved I can finish in the top-10. The callout : “I want Deiveson Figueiredo next . I figure that sets up someone to fight Joseph Benavidez. Henry (Cejudo) is hurt and

Callout Collection : Who UFC 250 winners want next – and how likely they ' ll get them . Earning wins in the UFC is certainly no easy task, but what comes next is often even more important: the post- fight callout . So after Saturday’s UFC 250 event in Las Vegas, who took advantage of their time

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