Alistair Overeem, Year Of The Fighter, UFC 258 Promo
We close up January and move into February with a look back and forward in the UFC.
First, Alistair Overeem steps back into the Octagon this Saturday, so why not flash-back to his bout with Sergei Pavlovich in the video below.
Also, we look towards UFC 258 and a championship match between former teammates Kamaru Usman and Gilbert Burns.
Also, we check out a sneak peak at UFC 257: The Thrill and the Agony, Paul Felder and Michael Chiesa discuss the sport and we spotlight Michael Bisping.
Alistair Overeem Vs. Sergei Pavlovich
UFC heavyweight Alistair Overeem has won via finish in 42 of his 47 professional wins, including this first-round TKO win over Sergei Pavlovich in 2018. Overeem faces Alexander Volkov in the UFC Vegas 18 main event on Saturday, February 6.
UFC 258: Usman Vs. Burns
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Dominant UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman will face one of his toughest tests to date on February 13, as he meets former teammate Gilbert Burns in the main event of UFC 258.
On a 16-fight win streak, Usman has defeated Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal in defense of the title he took from Tyron Woodley in 2019, and now he puts his belt on the line against the surging “Durinho,” who has won six in a row on his way to the biggest fight in his career.
UFC 257: The Thrill And The Agony
Go behind the scenes of UFC 257: Poirier vs McGregor 2 for a closer look at the thrill of victory and agony of defeat for the athletes on fight night.
The complete episode is available on UFC Fight Pass.
UFC Roundup With Paul Felder And Michael Chiesa
Paul Felder and Michael Chiesa run through a variety of UFC and MMA topics giving their thoughts on all things UFC 257: Poirier vs McGregor 2 and Fight Island 3.0, upcoming UFC title fights, Paul vs Askren and more.
Year Of The Fighter: Michael Bisping
With a UFC career built on a decade of sacrifice, Michael Bisping was on the brink of retirement in 2016 when chance intervened and allowed him to prove he was destined to become a world champion.