Honestly, this fight probably should have replaced Ali Bagautinov-Tim Means as the PPV opener with Leites-Herman headlining the undercard, but it’s hard to complain about getting to watch Cerrone-Dunham throw down for free. Both fighters are aggressive strikers with BJJ ability to back it up. Neither is afraid of engaging and both are willing to shed blood if it means landing some stiff shots. They’re also coming off losses, so there’s little doubt Dunham and Cerrone will be hungry to win as well. Without doubt, this duel has “Fight of the Night” written all over it.
This week marks the 20th anniversary of the UFC’s existence and the organization has decided to deliver an amazing show in honor of the event. While UFC 167 boasts one of the most stacked main cards in history, the preliminary portion of the lineup deserves some attention too. There are established veterans set for action, as well as a blue-chip prospect or two and some up-and-coming stars hoping to rebound from recent stumbles. Here are sis scraps from the UFC 167 fans should make a genuine effort to watch… (Photos by USA Today Sports Images)
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