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Three Reasons To Watch UFC Fight Night 35

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Three reasons to watch UFC Fight Night 35….

1. What else is on Wednesday night???
As Houston sports fans there is not a whole lot going on. The Rockets are playing the Pelicans, so that is 60 percent of you can’t watch, but I would think a lot more of y’all can get Fox Sports 1. Instead of watching the Voice, Idol or whatever else give MMA and the UFC a chance. The Main event should be a Middleweight barn-burner between former Strikeforce champion Luke Rockhold and current fast riser Constantinos Philippou, both guys are within striking distance of fighting for the Middleweight belt.

2. Top 5 Bantamweight?
Well, neither T.J. Dillashaw nor Mike Easton are top 5 in the division. Both 135 pound fighters are on the cusp of being top 5. Both have also been on the edge of title contention. Dillashaw’s last loss was a semi controversial split decision loss to Brazilian Raphael Assuncao in Brazil. Easton is on a two fight losing streak, both decision losses, one to Brad Pickett and one to Assuncao.

3. The return of Charlie Brenneman:
Brenneman once a decent Welterweight was cut from the UFC after suffering 3 losses in a 4 fight stretch, during that stretch he was finished in the 1st round each time. Since being cut he dropped down to Lightweight and has been on a 4 fight win streak. On short notice he comes back to the UFC, replacing Jason High who pulled out due to an injury. He steps in facing a relative newbie in Beneil Dariush who will no doubt have the octagon jitters as he is set to face the bearded vet in Brenneman.

Get in touch with JR for UFC/MMA updates on twitter —–>  @Dyslexicsports

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