Who is this Patrick Cummins (4-0), why did he make Daniel Cormier (13-0) cry and why is he so confident he can defeat his former wrestling training partner on a mere 10 days notice? Is it all just hype to build the fight, or does Cummins, a two-time NCAA All-American, have a legit shot at beating the former Strikeforce heavyweight champion?
It’s Olympic judo bronze medalist vs. Olympic wrestling silver medalist as UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey takes on Sara McMann in the UFC 170 main event Saturday night in Las Vegas. Also, No. 4 ranked heavyweight Daniel Cormier makes his light heavyweight debut against short-notice replacement Patrick Cummins. Cormier was originally supposed to fight Rashad Evans but a last minute injury forced “Suga” to withdraw, and instead of scrapping the fight altogether, the UFC found a relatively unknown opponent Cormier has a history with.
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This weekend at UFC 170 a fighter by the name of Patrick Cummins (4-0) will take on undefeated former Strikeforce champ Daniel Cormier (13-0) in the night’s co-main event on Pay-Per-View.
Cummins is filling in for Rashad Evans who had to withdraw last week due to injury. Prior to the announcement the UFC had found a replacement in Cummins, you had probably never heard of him. We hadn’t either.
UFC President Dana White is gearing up for the upcoming UFC 170 PPV event that’s set to take place on Saturday night in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Mandalay Bay Events center. The event will be headlined by UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey looking to defend her title against fellow Olympian and undefeated challenger Sara McMann.
It’s Olympic medalist vs. Olympic medalist this weekend at UFC 170 as UFC women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey puts her title on the line against undefeated Sara McMann in the main event. Can McMann’s wrestling and grappling stop the takedowns of Rousey and prevent the inevitable armbar that she has defeated all her previous opponents with? If so, then who has the better stand-up game? It’s an interesting match-up that will be settled this Saturday. Take a look at this video preview…