Martial Arts – UFC: Gallant Predictions Made For 2019
2019 is currently well in progress and keeping in mind that we have not been blessed to receive a UFC fight card right now – the first goes ahead 01/19 out of two or three weeks’ time – the MMA juggernaut has kept on overwhelming the news, with big-time battle declarations like Jon Jones versus Anthony Smith and Tyron Woodley versus Kamaru Usman, and additionally breaking news about a portion of the 2019 timetable.
Given we are just 7 days into the year however, there is clearly still one serious long approach before we achieve the finish of 2019.
Thus with a portion of the UFC’s choices – and in addition the activities of the contenders – proceeding to amaze us, here are 5 striking forecasts for the world’s greatest MMA advancement in 2019.
#5 The Women’s Featherweight Division Will Be Gone
It is as of now semi-official that the UFC is collapsing one weight class this year – Men’s Flyweight – and we can speculate that they will go with the same pattern and end the Women’s Featherweight division sooner or later as well. In this example, I think it bodes well.
It is a well known fact that the division was propelled to a great extent in view of the illustration intensity of Cris Cyborg, however now she’s lost, it is difficult to legitimize it proceeding.
Without a doubt, Amanda Nunes may well take off as a star subsequent to vanquishing Cyborg, yet she additionally holds the Bantamweight title and that division has unmistakably more potential contenders for her crown than 145lbs.
Essentially, the main veritable Featherweight on the program outside of Cyborg is Megan Anderson, and keeping in mind that we are an aficionado of the Australian’s, she is simply not a major enough attract to warrant attempting to construct a division around, not when the ability pool is so shallow.
Cyborg has just referenced leaving the UFC when her agreement lapses in March, as Nunes’ success over her has helped the advancement to evade what could have been a noteworthy projectile had regardless she held a UFC title.
Indeed, even TUF 28, which was devoted to the division, has not generally helped; finalists Macy Chiasson and Pannie Kianzad have officially affirmed that they are dropping to 135lbs sooner rather than later.
We can think that the best conjecture would be a title match among Nunes and Anderson in the early piece of 2019, and on the off chance that Nunes wins, the division will, be collapsed. If Anderson somehow happened to pull an irritated, things could change somewhat, however in any case, we basically does not see this division existing in the UFC before the finish of 2019.
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