UFC Fight Night 189 Fight Card

After a week off, the UFC gets back to business this Saturday, 5th June with UFC Fight Night 189 from Las Vegas and we’ve got the full fight card for you below.

In the main event of the evening there’s heavyweight action as the No.6 ranked Jairzinho Rozenstruik goes up against Augusto Sakai, who holds down the No.9 spot.

There’s two more ranked heavyweights in the co-main event as well, with the No.8 placed Walt Harris locking horns with the current No.11, Marcin Tybura.

Meanwhile, at light-heavyweight, Roman Dolidze looks to bounce back from a loss last time out when he goes up against late replacement Laureano Staropoli who suffered back-to-back defeats in his last two trips to the Octagon.

After seeing his seven-fight winning streak ended by KO last time out against Li Jingliang, Santiago Ponzinibbio will now attempt to rebuild against the undefeated Miguel Baeza, who has gone 10-0 in his career so far, including a trio of wins in the UFC so far.

Tom Breese comes into his fight with Antonio Arroyo having alternated between wins and losses for the five years in the promotion, while his opponent has yet to find a win in his two Octagon outings so far.

Dusko Todorovic’s 10-0 record was blemished by a TKO loss against Punahele Soriano back in January, so he’ll now be looking to make amends against the debuting Gregory Rodrigues, who arrives from the LFA promotion with a 9-3 record.

Check out the full UFC Fight Night 189 card below.

Main Card

Jairzinho Rozenstruik vs. Augusto Sakai

Walt Harris vs. Marcin Tybura

Roman Dolidze vs. Laureano Staropoli

Santiago Ponzinibbio vs. Miguel Baeza

Tom Breese vs. Antonio Arroyo

Dusko Todorovic vs. Gregory Rodrigues


Makwan Amirkhani vs. Kamuela Kirk

Tanner Boser vs. Ilir Latifi

Francisco Trinaldo vs. Muslim Salikhov

Alan Patrick vs. Mason Jones

Montana De La Rosa vs. Ariane Lipski

Manon Fiorot vs. Maryna Moroz

Sean Woodson vs. Youssef Zalal

Claudio Puelles vs. Jordan Leavitt

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