UFC 219 It’s Live Malpractice Live stream Chat. In fact, this is the last of 2017. In today’s podcast, we will return to the year in mixed martial arts (MMA). There were a lot of low points, but the truth is that there were a lot of strengths. And in the middle, all the madness of the world. Conor McGregor fought Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match, to shout out loud. We will come back on all the strengths and lows.UFC
We will also have a glimpse of the latest edition of the 2017 MMA event, UFC 219. The loss of Jimmie Rivera to John Lineker hurts, but there is still much to do to get the job done. We will see the map, we will talk about what makes it interesting and much more.
We will also try to anticipate changes next year. What will happen to the sport in 2018 when the UFC ostensibly assures a new television contract? How will this affect the sport? What else is on the horizon? We will study it.
Many things are happening, so join us today to discuss all this and more. As for today’s cat, everything is available for discussion, but I will lead with that and everything starts in our 13 hour time. AND.
As usual, I will post the video window here as the event approaches and I will answer all your questions if you post them in the comments section below. Be sure to click on the “rec” button for the comments / questions that are most deserving.The full card currently stands as follows:
In most likelihood, that record will consume whenever the card goes on December 30, although bout arrangement is yet to be supported. It’s well worth talking the order the X’s and also the story-lines therein along with examining the most effective five conflicts onto your card.
Jimmie Rivera vs John Lineker
Records: Jimmie Rivera (21-1), John Lineker (30-8)
That is a tall order for Rivera. Lineker is beloved in MMA circles thanks to his constant, highoctane crime built about savage drives into the body. This manner is really as effective as it is interesting, way too, translating into a 11-3 record at the UFC (5-1 from the bantamweight branch). Unfortunately, he will need to defeat a hazardous John Lineker as a way to avoid being hauled to the back of the line plus is alternatively running on a high-speed treadmill.
With minted bantamweight winner TJ Dillashaw attempting to shoot down his belt Jimmie Rivera is lined as much as the person made behind by 135 lbs. When a UFC winner requires his belt into some other 14, somebody will get burned. Frankie Edgar got left behind by the competition of Conor McGregor with Nate Diaz. Robert Whittaker has been twiddling his balls with welterweight champ Georges StPierre carrying over the branch.
On and around… For a name struggle, Rivera should be lined up on newspaper. 5-0 from the UFC (21-1 in his career), he’s defeated all comers, including admired titles such as Iuri Alcantara, ” Thomas Almeida and Urijah Faber. He needs to be a true threat, has experienced resistance and yet, with measurements. Rivera is the sole logical applicant to get a title shot. Rivera is effective of wrangling him and taking that 1 around the scorecards. This is really a pity he could be being forced to walk that tightrope at all.
Cris Cyborg vs Holly Holm
Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Edson Barboza
Jimmie Rivera vs John Lineker
Cynthia Calvillo vs Carla Esparza
Carlos Condit vs Neil Magny
Dan Hooker vs Marc Diakiese
Kamaru Usman vs Emil Weber Meek
Louis Smolka vs Matheus Nicolau
Myles Jury vs Rick Glenn
Marvin Vettori vs Omari Akhmedov
Khalil Rountree vs Michal Oleksiejczuk
Prediction: Jimmie Rivera def. John Lineker by unanimous de