UFC Fight Night 141 Replay – Blaydes vs Ngannou

ADMINNovember 24, 2018

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Watch UFC Fight Night 141 Main Card Replay

UFC Fight Night 141 Full Fights
On Saturday, the UFC go back to China simply one day shy of the anniversary of Kelvin Gastelum’s knockout of Michael Bisping. That fight in Shanghai would show to be the last fight of Bisping’s profession, triggering the middleweight to exit the UFC on 2 consecutive losses. Bisping’s loss to Gastelum came less than a month after he dropped the middleweight belt to Georges St-Pierre. It was also a critical fight for Gastelum, who rebounded nicely after his July loss at the Nassau Coliseum to Chris Weidman. The win over “The Count” made Gastelum a chance at another elite middleweight, Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza, in a fight Gastelum would win by split choice to establish his title shot versus Robert Whittaker. Gastelum may not be present on this card, but there are title implications in the top match-up on the bill.

The headliner is a rematch in between two thunderous heavyweights, Francis Ngannou and Curtis Blaydes. In their first contest, Ngannou was able to hand Blaydes his first and just expert loss, coming over way of a medical professional’s interruption at the end of the second round when it was figured out that Blaydes might not see out of his ideal eye. In Beijing, Blaydes is out to even the score versus Ngannou and consequently put the previous title challenger on a three-fight skid, which is a long fall from the apparently indestructible machine who landed a shovel hook in December 2017 that almost put Alistair Overeem into orbit.

The co-main event features the abovementioned Overeem versus Sergey Pavlovich, an unbeaten Russian possibility who is making his promotional launching. Overeem’s last two battles have actually not ended well for the Dutch kickboxing legend. He followed up the hellacious knockout loss at the hands of Ngannou with a TKO defeat in the third round against Blaydes. “The Reem” needs to be mindful in this fight against Pavlovich, as the Russian has completed nine of his 12 battles by knockout or TKO.

The very first UFC event in Beijing airs live from the Cadillac Arena and will have the American audience awake at an uncommon time. The initial bouts start at 3:15 a.m. ET, and the primary card kicks off at 6:30 a.m. ET. The entire event streams specifically on UFC Fight Pass.

UFC Fight Night 141 Main Card Event

Francis Ngannou vs. Curtis Blaydes Full Fight
Alistair Overeem vs. Sergei Pavlovich Full Fight
Song Yadong vs. Vince Morales Full Fight
Li Jingliang vs. David Zawada Full Fight
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