There have been speculations about the potential main events for the UFC 230, the fact that will be carrying PPV option that lives from Madison Square Garden. The UFC upholds the big game at Madison Square Garden each November. Although there’s no exact concept of this schedule, folks seem to be accustomed to this tradition.
The UFC Card at the MSG always brings such hype towards the big fans of the UFC. The spectacle is reserved for the top and biggest fights. It is not surprising that when the UFC holds the event at Madison Square Garden, it has always been filled by the high-profile fighters and bouts.
So, who will be headlining the UFC 230 that will happen this November?
Many people speculate that McGregor will be filling the main event of the UFC 230. It is because the fighter often came as the part of the festivity at Madison Square Garden. And it won’t be surprising that McGregor will return to Madison Square Garden. Three title fights were there on each event. With such impeccable history, it is only natural that we believe there will be more of the same high-profile matchups headed the game in November. The UFC 230 is a stacked card event. It is an excellent way for UFC and the elements involved to have a great 2018 year. If the high-profile matchups do happen in the UFC 230, there will be no regret for all the people involved. They will
Although it has no featured main event yet, there are some fantastic matchups announced by the promoters already. For instance, you will be enjoying the middleweight division festival. Throughout the game, this division will be prevalent for high profile matchups. There will be eight of top-ten fighters who will make an appearance in the UFC 230.
And, did we mention Diaz? Nate Diaz will make his return against Dustin Poirier, although many still speculate about his appearance. The thing is that Diaz appearance is not inevitable. But as long as the promoters and Diaz management do not have any problem when negotiating, we will most definitely see Diaz return after two years of hiatus. With fantastic matchups in the card, you will probably want to catch up with the card through your favorite screen. Also, the UFC 230 is a PPV event. So, the viewers can reserve this option to watch their favorite fighter in the octagon.
Although we did mention that eight of top ten middleweight fighters will be coming on the UFC 230, Robert Whittaker is not one of them. He will set aside himself to the bench at UFC 230. It is because he is suffering another injury in his rematch with Yoel Romero in June back then.
Meanwhile, a couple of title matchups will happen at UFC 228 in September. It is not surprising that nowadays we witness a champion fighting multiple times in just a couple months. It is Maleficent. Tyron Woodley will fight against Darren Till to preserve his title. We can also get thrilled with the Nico Montano’s first women flyweight title-defense against the newcomer in the division Valentina Shevchenko. They will fight in the co-main event of September. The UFC 229 might rule-out either McGregor or Nurmagomedov from backing to main event UFC 230. But again we say that Madison Square Garden looks prevalent for the McGregor’s return.
UFC will be happening on Saturday, November 3 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. The card has numerous fights booked. Nate Diaz and Dustin Poirier are coming as the co-main event. Meanwhile, there are four middleweight fights featuring Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza vs. David Branch, Chris Weidman vs. Luke Rockhold, Derek Brunson vs. Israel Adesanya, and Yoel Romero vs. Paulo Costa.
If you have been following the middleweight division, you’ll agree that the undercard of UFC 230 is fantastic. Indeed, all the big fans of UFC will catch up this moment. But as we know, there is one downside. There is no main event announced by the officials yet. So, when we ask about the internet or another information source, only the speculations that we can see. With some prominent fighters in the middleweight division, the main event should be the prestigious one.