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UFC Fight Night 157 hits Universiade Sports Center in Shenzhen, China, splendid and early this Saturday morning (Aug. 31, 2019) with some genuine Strawweight viciousness in charge. The ESPN+-spilled headliner sees Jessica Andrade make the principal barrier of the title she hammered away from Rose Namajunas (heads up) against neighborhood sensation Weili Zhang, who has won 19 successive battles. The co-headliner seems to be likewise fierce, as Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos puts his seven-battle win streak on hold against all-activity Li Jingliang, while top prospects Da Un Jung and Khadis Ibragimov lock horns at Light Heavyweight.

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n this restrictive SBN MMA Feature, Bloody Elbow Interviewer, Shakiel ‘Shak’ Mahjouri talks with UFC stars Felicia Spencer, Vicente Luque and the sky is the limit from there, to separate UFC Shenzhen’s headliner title battle between Jessica Andrade and Weili Zhang.

Timestamps:

  • 0:19 – Vicente Luque
  • 0:42 – Felicia Spencer
  • 1:07 – Josh Emmett
  • 1:26 – Khama Worthy
  • 1:32 – Scott Holtzman
  • 1:50 – Sam Alvey
  • 2:01 – Kyle Stewart
  • Who wins this Title Fight?
  • Jessica Andrade
  • Weili Zhang


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The event will be taking place this Saturday, August 31st, 2019, from the Universiade Sports Centre in Shenzhen, China. This card is a UFC Fight Night broadcast, also known as UFC on ESPN+ 15, with the main card starting at 5AM CDT, and the Prelims on ESPN starting at 2AM CDT. Yes, those times are correct.

Here’s a look at the UFC China fight card as it stands today, Monday, August 26, 2019, via ESPN.com, (bout order/times are all subject to change):

UFC on ESPN+ 15 CHINA MAIN CARD | SAT AUG 31 – 5AM CDT

MAIN EVENT: 115 lbs – Jessica Andrade (20-6) vs. Weili Zhang (19-1)
CO-MAIN: 170 lbs – Elizeu Zaleski (21-5) vs. Jingliang Li (16-5)
125 lbs – Kai Kara-France (19-7) vs. Mark De La Rosa (11-2)
145 lbs – Lu Zhenhong (16-6) vs. Movsar Evloev (11-0)
125 lbs – Wu Yanan (10-2) vs. Mizuki Inoue (13-5)

ESPN PRELIMS | 2AM CDT
170 lbs – Song Kenan (10-2) vs. Derrick Krantz (24-11)
185 lbs – Jun Yong Park (9-3) vs. Anthony Hernandez (6-1)
135 lbs – Su Mudaerji (10-4) vs. Andre Soukhamthath (13-7)
205 lbs – Da Un Jung (11-2) vs. Khadis Ibragimov (8-0)
155 lbs – Da Un Ismagulov (18-2) vs. Thiago Moises (12-3)
135 lbs – Heili Alateng (12-7) vs. Batgerel Danaa (6-1)
135 lbs – Karol Rosa (11-3) vs. Lara Procopio (6-0)

UFC Fight Night 157 highlights six “Prelims” undercard sessions this time around, which will all be communicated on ESPN. Here’s the red-eye line up:

135 lbs.: Sumudaerji versus Andre Soukhamthath

China’s Sumudaerji (9-3) entered UFC having never gone all the way, and took on individual finisher Louis Smolka in his special introduction last November. “The Tibetan Eagle” battled forcefully with Smolka’s takedowns and ground attack, at last tapping to a second-round armbar for his third misfortune in six battles.

He has thumped out eight of his expert adversaries, six of them in the first round.

Andre Soukhamthath (13-7) is only 2-4 in the Octagon, however has had one of the most special UFC keeps running in late memory. Notwithstanding his rebound knockout of Luke Sanders, “The Asian Sensation” lost faulty choices to Albert Morales and Alejandro Perez and could have vanquished Sean O’Malley had he seen the last’s foot damage and quit attempting to wrestle.

Eight of his 11 stoppage wins have dropped by type of knockout.

Soukhamthath’s unusual impulse to wrestle in spite of his striking ability may really work out to support him here. Sumudaerji is a significant risk on the feet, a touchy southpaw with real control, however he’s a non-factor on the ground. On the off chance that Louis Smolka, a characteristic Flyweight with well-reported wrestling issues, could bring him down, Soukhamthath can do likewise.

Soukhamthath is tough and gifted enough with his standup to stand his ground until the twofold leg presents itself. From that point, it’s simply a question of whether he needs to stifle Sumudaerji out or pound him into accommodation.

Forecast: Soukhamthath by means of first-round TKO

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185 lbs.: Jun Yong Park versus Anthony Hernandez

One of two Korean Top Team contenders appearing on Saturday, Jun Yong Park (9-3) is undefeated since beginning his profession 3-3, taking care of business only once in his present streak. The run incorporates an accommodation of Professional Fight League (PFL) champion Ray Cooper III and a choice over Glenn Sparv, who had won six straight.

He has completed five expert rivals with strikes and three by means of accommodation.

Anthony Hernandez (7-0) won his initial five expert battles by first-round stoppage before crushing Brendan Allen for the Legacy Fighting Alliance (LFA) title and gaining a spot on “Contender Series.” A bombed medication test for cannabis defaced his 40-second knockout of Jordan Wright, after which “Feathery” capitulated to Markus Perez’s boa constrictor gag in his postponed presentation.

Every one of the four of his accommodation wins have dropped by guillotine.

Of the some obstinate Korean sluggers to join UFC lately, Park is among the most actually solid. He’s a magnificent hostile fighter, working behind a solid hit to assemble fresh, ground-breaking blends. Hernandez looked walker enough against Perez that an introduction triumph for Park is more than possible.

So, Park has one key defect: he’s either simple to bring down or purposefully doesn’t safeguard shots for rapidly returning to his feet. That normally works for him, however Hernandez’s best weapon is his guillotine, and he’s a sufficient wrestler to set Park in a place to forget about his neck. Expect some quality slugging before Hernandez takes him to the tangle and bolts up something undesirable in transit up.

Forecast: Hernandez by means of first-round accommodation

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135 lbs.: Batgerel Danaa versus Heili Alateng

Batgerel Danaa (6-1) opened his expert profession undefeated (4-0), including a choice over Kai Kara-France, before enduring a choice misfortune to Baasankhuu Damlanpurev, who had crushed Alateng one battle earlier. In the wake of missing all of 2016 and 2017, Danaa returned a year ago with two (specialized) knockout successes in two months.

This will be his first battle in quite a while.

Heili Alateng (12-7-1), on the other hand, began his profession 4-6 preceding setting out on his present run, the main loss of which came against late Horiguchi-slayer Kai Asakura in 2017. He has since won two straight, both by means of (specialized) knockout, in South Korea’s respected Road FC advancement.

Four of his expert successes, including three of his last four, have come by means of (specialized) knockout.

These two graceless, balanced questions should make for an incredible opener. Danaa is astonishingly abrasive and Alateng has authentic one-shot power in his correct hand, making this a potential high-octane slugfest that should enchant the Shenzhen swarm.

This may come down to Danaa being the busier of the two. Alateng will in general be saving with his offense, and keeping in mind that that correct hand of his is explosive, I’ve seen Danaa stroll through genuine flame without recoiling. Consolidate that with the Mongolian’s apparent wrestling edge and you have a formula for a Danaa choice. He out-works and out-fights the more youthful man for 15 engaging minutes.

Forecast: Danaa through consistent choice

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Three more UFC Fight Night 157 “Prelims” undercard sessions stay to review and anticipate, including the introduction of a Shooto Brasil twofold champ. See you tomorrow, Maniacs!

Keep in mind that MMAmania.com will convey LIVE round-by-round, pass up blow inclusion of the whole UFC Fight Night 157 battle card this end of the week, beginning with the ESPN “Prelims” that are booked to start at 3 a.m. ET, at that point the primary card divide that will stream on ESPN+ at 6 a.m. ET.

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