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The UFC is supplying yet another stacked battle card on Saturday, Dec. 2, including a title rematch for a main event, a possible title remover in the co-headlining slot and among the most expected pay-per-view primary card fights of the year when it presents UFC 218 in Detroit.
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UFC featherweight champ Max Holloway once again fulfills previous champ José Aldo. Holloway officially reached UFC 212 in June, when he finished Aldo in the 3rd round to capture the belt. The triumph represented the peak of Holloway’s profession. It was his finest performance, without question. Aldo is getting another fracture at gold after Holloway’s initial opponent, Frankie Edgar, had to withdraw after going through surgery. Does history repeat itself? Will Holloway declare himself “King of the Featherweights” at last if he defeats one of the best fighters, no matter weight class, in MMA history?
The co-headliner includes another star on the increase. Francis Ngannou has torn through everybody he has dealt with in his UFC career, with three straight first-round finishes to boot. A victory over Alistair Overeem must all but ensure Ngannou a heavyweight title shot, but Overeem has rebounded from his loss to current champ Stipe Miocic in 2015 to win his last two fights. If Overeem beats the hot possibility, then he might lay his own claim to another chance at gold.
The fight most fans are anticipating a lot of on this card most likely isn’t really either of the abovementioned fights. Rather, it’s a light-weight clash even more down the lineup. Eddie Alvarez and Justin Gaethje will take on in a battle that pretty much specifies the word “violence.” Gaethje, the undefeated former World Series of Fighting light-weight champion, had maybe the finest launching in UFC history when he knocked out Michael Johnson in a wild brawl over the summer season. Gaethje and Alvarez were opposing coaches on the most recent season of The Ultimate Fighter, and they will settle their season-long rivalry in the Octagon in a battle that definitely nobody must miss out on.
The UFC Fight Pass preliminary card begins at 6:15 p.m. ET on Saturday, Dec. 2, followed by the Fox Sports 1 initial card at 8 p.m. ET and the pay-per-view at 10 p.m. ET. In the meantime, Combat Press writers Chris Huntemann and Kyle Symes are here to obtain you all set for all the action in this edition of Toe-to-Toe.
Max Holloway was set to safeguard his title versus Frankie Edgar, but Edgar sustained an injury. Now, Holloway rematches José Aldo rather. Can the legendary Aldo recapture the belt?
UFC 218 Full Fight Replay
Main Card Pay-per-view, 10 p.m. ET
Max Holloway vs. Jose Aldo 2
Francis Ngannou vs. Alistair Overeem
Henry Cejudo vs. Sergio Pettis
Eddie Alvarez vs. Justin Gaethje
Tecia Torres vs. Michelle Waterson
Preliminary Card – FS1, 8 p.m. ET
Paul Felder vs. Charles Oliveira
Yancy Medeiros vs. Alex Oliveira
Drakkar Klose vs. David Teymur
Cortney Casey vs. Felice Herrig
Preliminary Card – UFC Fight Pass, 6:15 p.m. ET
Amanda Cooper vs Angela Magana
Abdul Razak Alhassan vs Sabah Homasi
Dominick Reyes vs Jeremy Kimball
Justin Willis vs Allen Crowder