Zabit Magomedsharipov Vs Jeremy Stephens Is Targeted For UFC 235

The Match Between Zabit Magomedsharipov And Jeremy Stephens Is In The Works For UFC 235!

UFC targets one more interesting match for UFC 235 PPV (pay-per-view) event, which will be held in “Sin City”, Nevada, on March 2nd. It is the clash between the former ACB Featherweight champion and rising UFC star, Zabit Magomedsharipov, and the real veteran of UFC, Jeremy Stephens.

Zabit Magomedsharipov vs. Jeremy Stephens is in the works for UFC 235 on March 2 in Las Vegas, multiple sources told ESPN. The fight isn’t finalized just yet but moving in the right direction.

Zabit Magomedsharipov (16-1 MMA, 4-0 UFC) is on a hot streak at the moment. The Dagestani has a UFC score of 4-0, with victories over Mike Santiago, Sheymon Moraes, Kyle Bochniak, and Brandon Davis. The most of his MMA wins came via a submission.

In his last fight, “ZaBeast” surprised “Killer B” at UFC 228 on September 8, 2018, where he earned a Suloev stretch victory. He is undefeated since April 2013!

In his last four fights, Jeremy Stephens (28-15 MMA, 15-14 UFC) earned the score of 3-1. He defeated Gilbert Melendez, Doo Ho Choi, and Josh Emmett, and even earned two Performance of the Night bonuses. In his last fight, “Lil Heathen” lost to Jose Aldo at the co-main of UFC On Fox 30, on July 28, 2018, via TKO (punches). The most of his victories came via knockout or unanimous decision.

It would be Stephens’ 30th match in the Octagon. He’ll overtake Donald Cerrone and Michael Bisping and secure the second place on the list of the most bouts in the UFC. He’ll be looking to rebound back with a victory.

What are your thoughts on Zabit Magomedsharipov Vs Jeremy Stephens? We’ve got a great all-around fighter against an experienced striking expert. What do you think, who’ll win this match if it comes to fruition?

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