Yes, This is what we are talking about UFC 252 Big MMA fight on Aug 15 2020. A top 15 match in weight has been added to the next large UFC pay-per-view card.
Many experienced people reported that John Dodson was going to take on Merab Dvalishvili at UFC 252 at MMA Fighting. The fight will be held in Las Vegas on 15 August at UFC APEX.
The first to announce the booking was MMA Junkie.
Dodson has signed recently a new five-fight agreement with the UFC and plans in February to expand on a Nathaniel Wood 3-rd TKO victory at the UFC Rio Rancho. The double-time title challenger holds impressive victories over T.J. For his nine-year tenure with the organization Dillashaw, Pedro Munhoz and Eddie Wineland, who began with the Ultimate Fighter ‘s winner of season 14.
Last week after four straight wins, Dvalishvili was in the top 15. In its latest run, UFC’s short-term replacement adversary Gustavo Lopez was overwhelmingly voted by “The Machine” on the ESSPN 10. In addition, the Georgian warrior wins endorsements for Terrion Ware, Brad Katona and Casey Kenney.
The widely awaited trialogy battle between Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier will lead the UFC 252 for the heavyweight championship.
Sean O’Malley may face an escalation in competition, but he sees no difference in the results from his recent performances.
The UFC 252 is expected to take place at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas on August 15, when O’Malley (12-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) is faced with Marlon Vera.
The undefeated O’malley has shined after returning from two years of layoff in March, scoring two first-round knockouts in the course of three months over Jose Quinonez and Eddie Wineland.
His last two opponents worked quickly, making it easy to look, but Vera is expecting to be a little bit more lasting than his recent opposition.
The Georgian combatant also receives promotions for Terrion Ware, Brad Katona and Casey Kenney.
The high-anticipated trilogic match between Stipe Miocic and Daniel Cormier is to headline UFC 252 for the Heavyweight Championship.
Vera (15-6-1 MMA, 9-5 UFC) has scored a variety of finishes with his winner’s strike in five straight until a defeat of his decision to Song Yadong in May. Yet several critics, O’Malley included, thought Yadong should beat him.
“It’s tough to not see me get a knockout in the first round,” said O’Malley. “The way my life was was pretty much like that. I had many first-round knockouts even as an amateur. Somebody like me has never sparred. Somebody like me has never fought. And many people say that, but many people are important. He is quite basic. He’s very basic. He’s got the basic jiu-jitsu and he’s fine.