Anderson Silva vs. Chris Weidman
UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva will be facing the No. 2-ranked contender Chris Weidman in the main event of UFC162, on next Saturday July 6th at the MGM Grand Garden. Silva, who has a 17-fight win streak, held the UFC middleweight title since October 14th, 2006 and has defended the title 10 times in a row.
For his part, Weidman has a 9-0 record in his MMA four-year career and has an overall record of 33-4-0. However, Weidman has much less experience than Silva and he will probably have the toughest challenge of his career against Silva. Weidman’s last two wins were against an injured Mark Munoz and Demian Maia
According to the UFC Betting odds, the 38-year-old Silva is a -280 favorite to win, while Chris “The All-American” Weidman is paying off at +220 on the upset.
Demetrious Johnson vs. John Moraga
UFC flyweight number one contender, John Moraga challenges champion Demetrious Johnson on July 27th, 2013, at UFC on Fox 8 in the Seattle Key Arena.
Moraga has an MMA record of 12-1-0 and has a seven-fight win streak. His debut was a first round KO of Ulysses Gomez back in August, followed by a third round submission over Chris Cariaso at UFC 155 in December 2012.
For his part, Johnson has a record of 17-2-1 with three consecutive wins, and he enters as the -400 betting favorite, while Moraga is listed at +280 underdog. “Mighty Mouse” has never been knocked out, recording both his losses by unanimous decision, against Brad Pickett and Dominick Cruz.
Jose Aldo vs. Chan Sung Jung
The upcoming UFC 163 event will be held on August 3rd from the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, between UFC featherweight champion Jose Aldo and challenger Chan Sung Jung – commonly known as The Korean Zombie.
Chan Sung Jung has a three-fight win streak. The first was the UFC’s first ever Twister submission against Leonard Garcia, and the second was the second-fastest knockout in the UFC’s history, when he finished Mark Hominick via KO in seven seconds.
On the other side, Aldo hasn’t been defeat since 2005, riding a 15-fight winning streak and an impressive 22-1-0 record.
Shogun Rua vs. Chael Sonnen
Chael Sonnen will be taking on Mauricio Shogun Rua this August 17th as the headline fight at UFC on FOX Sports 1 in Boston. The fight was supposed to take place on June 15th at UFC 161 event, but Sonnen was unable to get a Canadian visa on time for the event.
Sonnen has lost three of his past five fights with losses coming against Anderson Silva and to light heavyweight champion, Jon Jones. Besides, Sonnen has not won a light heavyweight contest in eight years.
Shogun is currently ranked No. 7 in the UFC light-heavyweight rankings, and he is also coming off a loss, falling to Alexander Gustafsson by unanimous decision back in December 8th on the UFC on FOX: Henderson vs. Diaz card.
Carlos Condit vs. Martin Kampmann
Carlos Condit will step into the Octagon to face Martin Kampmann at UFC on Fox Sports 1 on August 28th in Indianapolis. Condit holds an MMA record of 28-7-0 and he is on a two-fight losing streak to the two best welterweights in the sport, Johny Hendricks and Georges St-Pierre.
For his part, Kampmann lost his last fight by knockout also against Johny Hendricks at UFC 154. Prior to the defeat, Kampmann achieved three consecutive wins, including victories over Jake Ellenberger, Thiago Alves and Rick Story.
Benson Henderson vs. TJ Grant
UFC lightweight champion Ben Henderson will defend his title against Canadian No. 1 contender TJ Grant in the main event of UFC 164 on August 31st at Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Henderson has an impressive seven-fight win streak, while Grant has won five consecutive fights with wins over Gray Maynard, Matt Wiman, Evan Dunham and Carlo Prater.
According to the odds, Henderson will enter the fight as -265 favorite over Grant, who currently is at +185 underdog.
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