UFC Roundup, UFC 263 Preview Featuring Israel Adesanya
We recap the weekend of action in the UFC while also setting the course towards Saturday's next event with two title fights.
As we put a cap on UFC action from this past weekend, we begin to look forward to Saturday’s UFC 263 card featuring Israel Adesanya vs. Marvin Vettori for the middleweight title.
That event also features the return of Nate Diaz, as he meets Leon Edwards.
At UFC Fight Night this past Saturday, Jairzinho Rozenstruik bested Augusto Sakai and Marcin Tybura finished Walt Harris in heavyweight matches.
Jairzinho Rozenstruik Interview
UFC heavyweight Jairzinho Rozenstruik improved to 12-2 with his knockout of Augusto Sakai in the UFC Vegas 28 main event on Saturday night. Rozenstruik spoke with Michael Bisping after the win.
Marcin Tybura Interview
UFC heavyweight Marcin Tybura made it five wins in a row after he knocked out Walt Harris in the first round at UFC Vegas 28 on Saturday. Hear his thoughts after the fight.
Santiago Ponzinibbio Interview
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Santiago Ponzinibbio rebounded from his loss in January and got his 10th win with the UFC at UFC Vegas 28 on Saturday. Ponzinibbio caught up with Michael Bisping after the bout.
UFC 263 Countdown: Adesanya Vs. Vettori 2
UFC 263 Countdown previews the rematch going down on June 12 between middleweight champion Israel Adesanya and Marvin Vettori. Adesanya defeated Vettori via a close split decision in 2018.
UFC 263 Countdown: Figueiredo Vs. Moreno 2
UFC flyweight king Deiveson Figueiredo faces Brandon Moreno for the second time after their classic tilt ended in a draw nearly six months ago. Watch these athletes train and prepare for their rematch at UFC 263 on June 12.
UFC 263 Countdown: Edwards Vs. Diaz
UFC 263 Countdown previews the five-round welterweight bout between Leon Edwards and Nate Diaz. The five-round bout will be the first of its kind for a non-title or main event fight.