Pic: UFC 232 Jones Vs. Gustafsson 2 Official Poster Is Released

UFC 232 Official Poster Is Out

UFC 232 PPV extravaganza is set to go down inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on December 29. It features a pair of championship bouts with former light heavyweight champion Jon Jones tops the fight-bill will clash against formal rival Alexander Gustafsson for the second time in a 205-pound title fight, which is currently held by Daniel Cormier, who’s expected to get stripped off on fight night, as Cormier is taking care of his business at heavyweight.

Meanwhile, the co-main features a UFC women’s featherweight champion, Cris Cyborg, who will defend her 145-pound strap against current women’s bantamweight champion, Amanda Nunes, who’s moved up in the weight class in a hope to become a two-division champion.

Also, more intriguing fights in the main event included as Corey Anderson vs. Ilir Latifi, Michael Chiesa vs. Carlos Condit, and Megan Anderson vs. Cat Zingano.

On Tuesday promotion presented the official UFC 232 poster on their Twitter account, which you can see below.

UFC 232 updated fight card:

Main Event:

205 lbs.: Jon Jones vs. Alexander Gustafsson for the vacant light heavyweight title (Daniel Cormier will strip off his title)

 Co-Main Event:

145 lbs.: UFC Featherweight Champion Cris Cyborg vs. UFC Bantamweight Champion Amanda Nunes for a Cyborg’s 145-pound title

UFC 232 Main And Preliminary Card:

205 lbs.: Corey Anderson vs. Ilir Latifi
155 lbs.: Ryan Hall vs. B.J. Penn
145 lbs.: Arnold Allen vs. Gilbert Melendez
170 lbs.: Michael Chiesa vs. Carlos Condit
265 lbs.: Andrei Arlovski vs. Walt Harris
170 lbs.: Siyar Bahdurzada vs. Curtis Millender
185 lbs.: Uriah Hall vs. Bevon Lewis
135 lbs.: Tom Duquesnoy vs. Nathaniel Wood

Don’t miss out the UFC 232 press conference on November 2:

Published on October 30, 2018 at 8:33 am
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