Marlon Moraes has praised UFC champion Henry Cejudo for making the “smart” decision by choosing to fight Jose Aldo in his next fight. Moraes is coming off the back of …read more
LAS VEGAS – While a majority might disagree with Henry Cejudo’s next opponent, Marlon Moraes thinks otherwise.
Former dual champion Cejudo (15-2 MMA, 9-2 UFC) still is scheduled to make his …read more
LAS VEGAS – Marlon Moraes sees the Petr Yan fight as an opportunity to climb back to contention.
Moraes (23-6-1 MMA, 5-2 UFC) headlines UFC Kazakhstan on June 13 against the …read more
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The first half of an unofficial tournament for the next bantamweight title shot is in place.
Onetime title challenger Marlon Moraes and top contender …read more
A bantamweight bout between Marlon Moraes and Petr Yan is close to being finalized by the UFC, sources tell ESPN. …read more
A pivotal clash between top 135-pound contenders Marlon Moraes and Petr Yan will reportedly headline the UFC’s first-ever trip to Kazakhstan. …read more
A very intriguing bantamweight tilt between Marlon Moraes and Petr Yan will headline the UFC’s upcoming trip to Kazakhstan. MMAJunkie was first to report the news that the two have …read more
The UFC’s debut in Kazakhstan, scheduled for June 13, now has a main event — and it’s a good one. The card will reportedly be topped by a bantamweight contender …read more
A pivotal bantamweight matchup is on tap to headline UFC Kazakhstan.
Former title challenger Marlon Moraes is expected to fight Petr Yan. Two people with knowledge of the situation informed MMA …read more
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The UFC president believes Jose Aldo’s loss vs. Marlon Moraes should’ve been a win, hence a title fight vs. Henry Cejudo. …read more
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When Henry Cejudo won the vacant 135 lb. title last June with a TKO win over Marlon Moraes at UFC 238 he became only the …read more
Henry Cejudo is looking to become “Quadruple C” as he says he is coming after Alexander Volkanovski’s featherweight title.
Cejudo deemed himself “Triple C” after he beat Marlon Moraes for the …read more
One top-ranked flyweight believes Henry Cejudo could return to 125 pounds if things don’t pan out at bantamweight. Cejudo became a UFC “champ-champ” after stopping Marlon Moraes back in June …read more