Dominick Reyes vs Chris Weidman is one more great fight of Ultimate Fighting Championship. It is the main event of UFC on ESPN 6. It’s the light heavyweight bout which will take place in Boston, United States. Both light heavyweights will have a serious confrontation. Review our thoughts on this bout here below.
On 18th of October UFC comes to Boston. In the main event of the evening #4 light heavyweight in UFC Light Heavyweight division, undefeated Dominick ‘The Devastator’ Reyes (11-0) will meet former UFC Middleweight Champion Chris ‘All-American’ Weidman (14-4). Chris Weidman is moving to light heavyweight and it will be his first fight there and against a very dangerous opponent.
Dominick ‘The Devastator’ Reyes
Dominick Reyes is coming off a win against former UFC Light Heavyweight title challenger Volkan Oezdemir back in March. Reyes is on an 11-fight winning streak and hasn’t lost in the octagon in his career. He is the real contender for a fight with Jon Jones for UFC Light Heavyweight title and wins over Chris Weidman should give Reyes this chance. ‘The Devastator’ is a young, hungry, very talented fighter. He is well-rounded – has a great striking and excellent ground game. If he wins this fight, we believe that he will have big chances to uncrown UFC Light Heavyweight division king – Jon Jones.
Chris ‘All-American’ Weidman
Former UFC Middleweight Champion is moving up to light heavyweight. Weidman hasn’t fought since November 2018 when he lost to Ronaldo Souza by TKO. Weidman lost 4 of his 5 last fights in the middleweight division. So maybe it was the right time to move up to different weight class. ‘All-American’ is a great wrestler, a real takedown machine. Also, his takedown defense is incredible. Weidman is a very smart and composed fighter. His striking is also great, American has real knockout power in his hands and elbows.
Dominick Reyes vs Chris Weidman H2H
These fighters never met each other in the octagon.
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