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UFC 238 Results

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) attacked United Center the previous evening (Sat., June 8, 2019) in Chicago, Illinois to organize UFC 238, which included a Bantamweight title battle that saw Henry Cejudo wreck Marlon Moraes by means of third round (TKO) to turn into UFC's most recent champ-champ (features). Additionally, Valentina Shevchenko clutched her ladies' Strawweight title subsequent to putting Jessica Eye to rest in rather fierce design (recap).

UFC president Dana White affirmed the Flyweight division will stick around after "The Messenger" won the empty 135-pound tie to add to his 125-pound title. At present, there aren't sufficient men at 125 pounds to round out the rankings, so one would have thought dropping that division was unavoidable. In the event that Henry chooses to drop down to guard that title straightaway, at that point a battle against the champ of Jussier Formiga versus Joseph Benavidez could be all together.

Victor: Valentina Shevchenko

Both Valentina and Katlyn were fruitful at UFC 238, and with Chookagian crushing Joanne Calderwood, she immovably solidified her place as the No. 1 contender, as the rankings ought to demonstrate in the not so distant future. Valentina demonstrated she will be an extreme nut to pop open at 125 pounds, winning three of every a line including a ruling win over Joanna Jedrzejczyk, and the contend demolition of Eye.

Champ: Tony Ferguson

Notwithstanding the thing Dana White said about not focusing on giving "El Cucuy" a title shot with a success in "Chi-Town," Ferguson has earned it. While his success over "Cowhand" was vexing because of the messed up nose and resulting swollen eye Cerrone endured, you can't deny Tony's aptitudes and run. The man has won 12 of every a line inside the Octagon and hasn't tasted rout since 2012. "Looney" or not, the man can battle and ought to get the victor of Khabib Nurmagomedov and Dustin Poirier. On the off chance that you aren't going to offer it to him, at any rate let him battle Conor McGregor next for a major payday.

Champ: Petr Yan

Both Peter and Aljamain need a shot at Cejudo's 135-pound lash next in the wake of doing their thing in Chicago; yet I'd preferably observe them go head to head against each other to delete any uncertainty with respect to who is all the more meriting. Sterling has won four straight including his predominant success over Pedro Munhoz, while Peter has won five of every a line inside the Octagon, and eight straight generally.

Yan Drops Rivera Twice, Settles For Decision Win

While the two men are isolated a considerable amount in the rankings (however it could change this week), I feel a battle between them ought to make the following title contender. Of the seven men positioned in front of Petr (Sterling rejected), five of them are falling off thrashings, so setting him against both of them just doesn't bode well. I really trust this battle will occur if Cejudo finds the opportunity to drop down to guard his 125 pound title.

Champ: Blagoy Ivanov

Blagoy has now won two of every a line in the wake of giving Tai Tuivasa his second in a row rout. Aleksei, in the interim, is falling off a misfortune to Alistair Overeem a couple of months back. While it might appear to be bizarre to book these two major men facing each other because of their ongoing success/misfortune records, Aleksei is as yet positioned in the main 10, while Ivanov has done quite recently enough to stay in the best 15. Looking further down the main 10 list, Blagoy isn't prepared for any of the different folks positioned in front of Aleksei (No. 9), so setting him facing the accommodation pro will be a decent gauge to see precisely where he is among the best huge men on earth.

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