UFC 219 – Cris Cyborg vs. Holly Holm


UFC 219, taking place Saturday, Dec. 30 in Las Vegas, features two of the most anticipated fights of the year. Headlining the night is a women’s featherweight title bout between Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino and Holly Holm. Cyborg (18-1) has not lost since her professional debut in 2005 and has been arguably the most dominant fighter in mixed martial arts since then. Holm (11-3), who has experience beating legendary fighters, will look to test that. She is coming off an impressive head kick KO over Bethe Correia last June.

In the co-main event fans will finally see the return of Khabib Nurmagomedov (24-0). Due to injuries and weight-cutting issues he has not fought since defeating Michael Johnson at UFC 205 last November. His challenger will be Edson Barboza (19-4), a winner in three consecutive matchups. Barboza is coming off a win against Beneil Dariush where he won by an absolutely vicious flying knee knock out.

Other intriguing fights on the UFC 219 card include Jimmie Rivera (No. 4-ranked bantamweight) vs. John Lineker (No. 5), Carlos Condit (No. 8-ranked welterweight) vs. Neil Magny (No. 11), Cynthia Calvillo (No. 7-ranked female strawweight) vs. Carla Esparza (No. 8) and Kamaru Usman (No. 12-ranked welterweight) vs. Emil Meek.

Who will come out on top?


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How can Holly Holm shock the world against featherweight champion Cris Cyborg at UFC 219 on Saturday? ESPN analyst Gilbert Melendez gives his keys to the fight.

Is Khabib Nurmagomedov ready to carry his weight and become Conor McGregor’s worst nightmare?

Featherweight championship fight between Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino, Holly Holm set for UFC 219

UFC adds lightweight bout between Nurmagomedov-Barboza to end-of-year UFC 219

John Lineker scheduled vs. Jimmie Rivera at UFC 219

Carlos Condit returning to Octagon against Neil Magny at UFC 219

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