The women’s strawweight division continues to grow in talent and UFC Fight Night 154 will see two of the division’s dark horses. Andrea Lee and Montana De La Rosa have buckets of potential and hope to stretch their winning streak and force themselves into the title picture.
Bryan Barberena and Randy Brown have been struggling to string some wins together in the UFC but it is a sign of how stacked and competitive the welterweight division is. Both fighters are looking to bounce back with a win but that won’t stop them from putting on a show.
We fully expect a spectacle for the main event for UFC Fight Night 154 as ‘The Korean Zombie’ is back in action and takes on the super talented Brazilian Renato Moicano.
Ashley Yoder welcomes the combat personality Syuri Kondo to America for UFC Fight Night 154 as she looks to bounce back from two losses and prove she can also be a hit in MMA.
Millman created a huge upset when he beat Federer in four sets at the 2018 US Open in the Round of 16. Federer has formidable success at the Halle Open with nine titles to his name and given that Millman has performed poorly this season, expect the Swiss world number three to dispatch the Australian easily in two sets.
The winner between Tsonga and Paire will most likely face the prospect of facing Roger Federer in the second round. Tsonga leads the head-to-head against his fellow Frenchman, but Paire won the most recent match in Marrakech this year and expect the younger Paire to beat the veteran Tsonga who is overcoming recent injury and a lack of form.
Del Potro and Shapovalov have both won a game apiece against one another and the Argentine won the last meeting in Auckland on a hard court. Shapovalov encountered a poor clay season and without much success on grass, expect the more experienced Del Potro to advance to the next round at Queen’s Club.
Kyle Edmund will have home support as he faces a tough challenge against the top-ranked Stefanos Tsitsipas at Queen’s Club. This will be the first meeting between the pair and Edmund has struggled with a knee injury recently so expect the Greek world number six to beat the Britain in the first round at Queen’s.
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Despite a lack of confirmation from Tom ‘Maverick’ Cruise’s camp up to now, the general consensus amongst experts is that this could be the highest-earning bout in history, eclipsing the $150m clash between Floyd Mayweather and Canelo Alvarez back in 2013.
Barring injury or any other disaster, the defending US Open champion and runaway world number one will be the man to beat once again.
One of the biggest fights of the year graces the MGM Grand Garden Arena with the former eight-division champion Manny ‘Pac Man’ Pacquiao walking out for his 71st professional fight. He takes on the undefeated Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman for his Super WBA welterweight strap but the undefeated lion vows to retire the legend and stake his claim for the best welterweight in the world.
The scene is set at Roland-Garros for Rafa Nadal to win his 12th French Open with Dominic Thiem standing in the way as he attempts to put a dent in Nadal’s love story on the Parisian clay.
Marketa Vondrousova’s win over British number one Johanna Konta was an almost instant revenge for her exit in Rome last month to Konta in the round of 16, where the Czech had displayed her credentials with a third-round win over Simona Halep.