A fewer precise amusive fights person been added to June’s UFC 275 pay-per-view.
On Thursday, the UFC announced connected societal media that Australia’s Jack Della Maddalena volition combat Ramazan Emeev astatine UFC 275 connected June 12 successful Singapore. In the aforesaid post, it was announced Seung Woo Choi volition combat Joshua Culibao astatine the precise aforesaid event.
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— UFC_AUSNZ (@UFC_AUSNZ) April 28, 2022
Maddalena (11-2) had a palmy UFC debut successful January. At UFC 270, helium knocked retired Pete Rodriguez successful little than 3 minutes. The Australian combatant is riding an 11-fight triumph streak and has finished each but 1 of his opponents. Maddalena is already considered 1 of the astir breathtaking fighters connected the roster.
Emeev (20-5) had his two-fight triumph streak snapped past October erstwhile helium mislaid a divided determination to Danny Roberts. Prior to losing, the Russian bushed David Zawada and Niklas Stolze.
Choi (10-4) was submitted by Alex Caceres successful his past outing, snapping his three-fight triumph streak. The Korean combatant enactment unneurotic 3 wins aft dropping his archetypal 2 UFC fights. He bushed Suman Mokhtarian successful 2019 and past Youssef Zalal and Julian Erosa successful 2021, receiving a Performance of the Night bonus for his knockout of Erosa. Choi was scheduled to combat Tucker Lutz successful March but pulled retired with an injury.
Culibao (9-1-1) picked up his archetypal UFC triumph past May by defeating Shayilan Nuerdanbieke via unanimous decision. “Kuya” fought Charles Jourdain to a gully successful 2020, and successful his UFC debut, helium was knocked retired by Jalin Turner.
UFC 275 volition instrumentality spot successful Singapore connected June 11, 2022 and volition diagnostic 2 rubric fights.
So far, the lawsuit looks similar this: