Vicente Luque sees Tyron Woodley end at UFC 260


On Saturday, no. 10 ranked welterweight Vicente Luque approaches arguably the most important struggle of his profession. He takes his first pay-per-view co-main occasion spot in opposition to former UFC welterweight champion and present no. 7 ranked welterweight Tyron Woodley. 

In his final 14 fights (all with the UFC), Luque was victorious in 12 of them along with his solely losses coming to no. 3 ranked welterweight Leon Edwards and no. 5 ranked welterweight Stephen Thompson.

Luque’s spectacular run with the promotion consists of six efficiency bonuses, with three Battle of the Evening bonuses and three Efficiency of the Evening bonuses.

No matter whom he’s combating, Luque places on a present for the followers. He expects nothing much less for his co-main occasion spot in opposition to “The Chosen One.”

“The expectations for this struggle are actually good. I really feel tremendous prepared and I believe it’s gonna be an action-packed struggle,” Luque stated. “Each single struggle of mine, I convey the aggressiveness, the motion, and that’s what I’m gonna do on this one.”

Luque says he doesn’t anticipate the struggle to go the space both, which comes as no shock. Out of Luque’s 19 skilled victories in MMA, 17 of them have come by the use of both knockout or submission.

“I see a end for myself. I don’t know if it’s gonna be a submission or a knockout,” Luque stated. “However I do see myself ending this struggle and all the main target is right here proper now.”

It could be handy for followers and media to get an concept of what could possibly be subsequent for “The Silent Murderer,” assuming the most effective case situation occurs for Luque. However whereas Luque refuses to look previous his present opponent, he does see large alternatives headed his manner with a victory over Woodley Saturday.

“I can’t inform you who I’m gonna struggle subsequent as a result of I first gotta beat Woodley,” Luque stated. “However beating a former champion, I believe it’s gonna set me up for nice issues.”

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