UFC news: Former PFL champion philipe lins to make UFC debut in may
UFC news: Former PFL champion philipe lins to make UFC debut in may

They will put heavy hands-on Saturday. , May 2, 2020, at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, although it is not yet known if its giant potential will be part of the ESPN + “Prelims” card or an important six-fight card.

Arlovski (28-28, 2 NC) began a severe loss in the first round with a knockout for heavyweight competitor Jairzinho Rozenstruik at a UFC 244 event last November.

“The Pitbull” has now been removed 11 times from his wrestling career, but no one seems to care, so the 41-year-old Belarusian remains in the truck.

Andrei Arlovski shoots after frequent blows to the head
According to Lins (14-3), he fought for land during his presidency Bellator MMA a few years ago.

UFC news: Former PFL champion philipe lins to make UFC debut in may
UFC news: Former PFL champion philipe lins to make UFC debut in may

Then, “Monstro” moved to the Professional Fighters League (PFL) in 2018, where he won four consecutive victories along with the $ 1 million Promotion Prize. Unfortunately, the 34-year-old Brazilian has been out of action since then due to an injury.

UFC Oklahoma City will also see a confrontation between Claudia discussing her and Marina Rodríguez, while Sarah Albar and Doda Santana stand out in the women’s weight movement.

In addition, Ed Hermann returned to the heavyweights to exchange fists with the Korean wonderland Da Eun Young.

The former PFL champion makes his UFC debut in May
After spending every year 2019 in the care of an injury, Philipe Lins is back, not with the professional league.

The winner of the 2018 PFL Heavyweight Championship will make its UFC debut on May 2 at UFC Oklahoma City.

Oklahoman announced the news earlier today.
A veteran at Bellator MMA, Lins (14-3) participated in the first PFL season in 2018.

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He went 4-0 with the update, beating Alex Nicholson, Caio Alencar, Jared Rosholt, and Josh Copeland.

The battle against Copeland secured the PFL Heavyweight title and a million dollars. He was supposed to compete with Lins in the second season last year, but he had to back off due to an injury.

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