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Kev Moore, the former British champion and one of the best heavyweights in the world, defeated Brendan Schaub at UFC 205 by unanimous decision. The bout has been described as the first-ever fight in which Moore’s weight came into conflict with Schaub’s, and Moore is now expected to face the champion on Nov. 14 in New York, a date which seems inevitable based on a UFC contract which ends on Dec. 31.
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“Kev Moore vs Brendan Schaub is a very big fight, it wil강원출장마사지 강원안마l be a fight between two heavyweights, with the addition of a champion,” said Joe Rogan of UFC Tonight. “I think you could probably look at both this fight and the one next week where Michael Bisping gets the chance for a title shot. I think we’re not far away from seeing what happens when this really big fight really becomes a battle of two of the most important guys in the middleweight division.”
On Aug. 20 at UFC 194, Schaub (18-2-1 MMA, 12-2 UFC) came away from a unanimous decision victory over Andrei Arlovski at UFC 197 after the American, who had won three in a row, was knocked down twice during the fight and then dropped for just the fourth time in eight years.
The biggest upset that night came when Rousey (14-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) fought Bethe Correia (17-3 MMA, 1-2 UFC) to a unanimous decision and the rematch is currently scheduled for the pay-per-view tent in November 2013, while the winner of the bout will move on to the main card on FS1.
Moore is also coming off a win over Brandon Girtz at UFC 207 in a fight that was considered a favorite to become one of the most important since the first Rousey-Moore fight in March 2010. Now Moore has had an opportunity to put together a win streak of his own with two big wins, all of which came in spectacular fashion.
As n솔레어 카지노oted previously, Moore’s victory over Schaub marked his most recent win and he has now moved up to No. 2 on the list of biggest men in UFC history.
Moore is still scheduled to face Tyron Woodley (8-1 MMA, 1-1 UFC), who won his most recent bout when the American knocked out Chad Mendes at UFC 214 last month. For more on all things MMA, check out the UF