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is ready to go. But for now, he has to play a waiting game. Healthy and training, Moreno (18-5-2 MMA, 7-2-2 UFC) hopes a UFC flyweight title rematch against champion (20-1-1 MMA, 9-1-1 UFC) is around the corner – ideally, April. For now, however, Moreno claims the ball is in Fi gueiredo’s court. “I’ve been in the gym since the fight, training extremely hard,” Moreno recently told MMA Junkie using a translator. “In my conversations with my manager, Jason House, I told him that I’m ready for April, and he’s pushing the UFC hard. But apparently, Figueiredo thinks a little differently than us.
Brave CF super welterweight champion will be taking on an ex-UFC prospect.
Al-Silawi (15-3) is set to defend his title against (20-4) in the main event of Brave CF 50, which takes place April 1 in Bahrain. Brave CF officials announced the news Wednesday morning after an initial report from.
Jordan’s Al-Silawi is regarded as one of the best fighters to come out of the Middle East and North African region. The two-time Brave CF champion has won nine of his past 10, including finishes of Abdoul Abdouraguimov, Carlston Harris, and David Bear. He most recently defeated Melvin van Suijdam via unanimous decision in a non-title middleweight bout in October.
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Russian-born, Austrian-based Naurdiev went 2-2 in his UFC tenure, picking up wins over Michel Prazeres and Siyar Bahadurzada. After departing the UFC in March 2020, the 24-year-old picked up a unanimous decision over Tymoteusz Lopaczyk at EMC 5 in September.MORE:
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