Mixed martial arts (MMA) will enjoy a full-on pay-per-view (PPV) blockbuster that Saturday night (March 2, 2019) if Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) strikes T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, together with two title fights and an array of violence-filled match ups in tow. While Welterweight kingpin Tyron Woodley faces fellow wrestling standout Kamaru Usman in UFC 235’s co-feature light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones headlines against contender Anthony Smith.
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Without neglecting to make a profit, well, we made it to March. I made two assumptions that proved false: I assumed Damir Hadzovic neither could (nor would) use wrestling from Polo Reyes and I presumed that Jan Blachowicz could defy Thiago Santos’ power. Gillian Robertson was there to soften the blow.
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