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What’s next: UFC Long Island Losers

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Elmont, New York, was the landing point for UFC Long Island on Saturday night as the UFC returned to the Long Island area for the second time in its history of promotion.

On one of the most significant nights in the MMA main event, MMA, the answer we were waiting for was left unanswered as the main event ended in great misfortune.

Let’s see what’s next for tonight’s losers.

Brian Ortega

“T-City” entered the main event of UFC Long Island as the second-placed fighter in the featherweight list. and is one of only three fighters in the division with more than one crack. All the talk in this fight was whether Yair found himself getting his hands up or not. Since it will be new blood for the current featherweight king Alexander Volkanovski.

Once again, viewers have shown how unforgiving the sport is. There was only one minute left in the first round. Ortega tried to fight on the mat. But found himself trapped between Jair’s legs, with the 29-year-old threatening to surrender, Ortega’s right arm quickly spread out. Finish the battle before it has a chance to move on.

With the prospect of Rodriguez continuing to fight Josh Emmett or Volkanovski instead of Ortega, the next best thing for Ortega is Calvin Kattar.

Brian Ortega’s Next Fight: Calvin Kattar

Michelle Waterson-Gomez

“The Karate Hottie” has found herself on the wrong side in making an offer for UFC Long Island senior strawweight Amanda Lemos.

Although the 36-year-old has only won 1 win in the last five games, her competitive strength should not be underestimated. Her three losses before Lemos happened to the top five champions or contenders in the division. She is now in a difficult position in her career. And I expect her next fight to be one of her last.

The next battle of Waterson-Gomez: Ariane Carnelossi

Muslim Salikhov

The “King of Kung Fu” was last defeated in 2017, but since then He has only competed six times. The consensus in this battle was that he might be able to sail to victory over Li Jingliang. He also found himself KO in the second round with a perfect cross from “The Leech.”

Salikhov may find himself battling the winner of this weekend’s welterweight match between Nicolas Dalby and Claudio Silva in London.

Muslim Salikhov Next Fight: Winner of Dalby vs Silva

Su Mudergi

on the weekend Fanfights have been focused on the two bouts, especially as they think they might be contestant of the year. These two are the main events and Burgos and Jordin.

Tonight’s men’s flyweight title ends with a possible year’s title. Round 2 of Schnell vs. Mudaerji has everything you need in one fight. It was fine in one round. After the fight, Mudaergi’s manager admitted he came into the fight with a knee injury. A similar injury prevented him from punching Tim. Elliott got it in June last year.

You don’t know how to fight. Even if it weren’t for the knee pads, because the “Tibetan eagle” lit up Chanel from all angles, Mudaerji had a clear advantage on foot. And he was almost able to make the highlight of the second round when he rocked Schnell six times.

Despite coming close to victory, Schnell put together one of the greatest comebacks in UFC history, stopping Su Mudaerji adding to the division. The 26-year-old’s stock will rise regardless. And finally, a match against Manel Kape might be on the horizon after being booked once before.

Mudaerji’s Next Battle: Manel Kape

Charles Jourdain

“Air” Jourdain’s stock rose despite losing close to Shane Burgos last weekend. In a fight that fans Expecting a second shot and a fourth shot, we saw “Hurricane” Shane taking advantage of BJJ’s acumen and a clear advantage in terms of size.

Jourdain approached the finish line in the final with a punch that Burgos absorbed like he always did. No matter who Jourdain punches, you can always count on fireworks.

The featherweight pairing I would love to see is Jourdain and Ilia Topuira, with Topuira returning to 145lb.

Charles Jourdain’s Next Battle: Ilia Topuira

Misha Tate

After five years of layoff, Tate returned to bantamweight in hopes of a new career. After defeating Marion Reneau and losing to opponent Ketlen Vieira “Cupcake” Tate, the drop was in order.

Lauren Murphy was the one who welcomed her to the Division. With a defeat to champion Valentina Shevchenko, a career recovery has been evident. Unfortunately for Tate, they disagreed with her. The convincing loss of Murphy has led fans to question what’s next for Tate?

Personally, I feel this is the right point in her career to put on her gloves and sail into the sunset. Knowing that one day she’ll be a UFC champion if she chooses to stay still. She will be next on the lookout for a lower ranked opponent.

Tate’s Next Fight: Second half of the top 15 if she chooses to continue.

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