It’s the all-new UBS Arena afternoon card, as UFC Long Island is led by top featherweight Cageside Press.
UFC Long Island’s main event is a cross between two featherweights who know how to entertain, as Brian Ortega faces Yair Rodriguez Ortega off his post with Alexander Volkanovski, where he comes dangerously close to delivering the championship. Rodriguez has earned a Fight of the Night bonus in his last three games. and wants to recover from his defeat against Max. Holloway, the latest title nominee, Ortega, was chosen by five of the eight writers.
The main event included Amanda Lemos, who quickly established herself as one of the best strawweight athletes in the world. Three stops before meeting former champion Jessica Andred, who sent her in the first round. Waterson returns to strawweight after failing to move up to flyweight. Since she lost to Marina Rodriguez, all but one writer chose Lemos.
The always entertaining Li Jingliang faces Muslim Salikhov on the main card. Jingliang has won four of his last six fights but faced a buzzsaw at Khamzat Chimaev in his last appearance. Known as The King of Kung Fu, is tearing with five wins in the UFC. Salikhov was chosen by five of the eight writers.
Talented flyweights clash as Matt. Schnell takes on Sumu Dergi After losing two streaks Sumudaerji won three matches in a row. Including a 44-second knockout, Schnell ran into trouble after four streak wins. by losing three of his last four matches. (One defeat was reversed without a match.) All the writers chose Sumudaerji.
The first choice for Fight of the Night was in featherweight, while Shane Burgos fought Charles Jourdain. Burgos returned to the victory column after losing twice in Fight of the Night. Victory over Billy Quarantillo in recent times Jourdain has won three of his last four by succumbing to the latest Lando Vannata.
UFC Long Island’s main card opening will be former champion Miesha Tate and former title challenger Lauren Murphy. Murphy wins five consecutive fights for the flyweight title. by which she was Valentina Shevchenko shut out in her most recent appearance. Tate returned from a four-year retirement last year and has gone 1-1. Since then, Tate has been unanimously chosen.