UFC 234 Occurs on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia.
The principal card broadcasts live on 10pm ET that is starting.
Robert Whittaker might be a mainstream celebrity, but the middleweight winner is a huge frickin’ deal in his home state of Australia. The respectful Aussie should find a hero’s welcome in Melbourne when he defends his title against American Kelvin Gastelum in early February.
The two served as opposing coaches around The Ultimate Fighter 28 and were as respectful as may be. Neither guy is much of a trash talker, and Whittaker has emerged as an anti-McGregor from the GSP mold: equal portions respectful and humble towards his opponents. It’s frankly refreshing to see, with all these men puking garbage into microphones nowadays.
Also on the card is Israel Adesanya, whose swag and abilities can catapult him into a title shot sooner than later. Drawing comparisons to some young Anderson Silva, The Last Stylebender will meet the now-old Anderson Silva in an intriguing middleweight bout. Silva came out and stated that he was assured a title shot with the triumph, which is surprising considering that the Brazilian has not had a relevant victory in years.
The rest of the cards is still being filled out, but take a peek at the scheduled UFC 234 fights below, and make sure that you check in during combat week to get in-depth betting previews about how to gamble online. UFC odds from BookMaker.eu are usually released on Monday before every event – though big fight bookings are usually available much sooner. Live UFC betting is also available to hedge any of your bets as well.
UFC 234 Lineup (Subject to change and additions)
Main Event, Middleweight Championship – Robert Whittaker vs. Kelvin Gastelum
Preview: UFC 234 Occurs on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at the Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne, Australia. The principal card airs live on pay-per-view starting 10pm ET. In the first UFC pay-per-view of 2019, Robert Whittaker will defend the middleweight title against Kelvin Gastelum. The matchup will be the 28-year older’s second title defense, as”Bobby Knuckles” is coming off a thrilling split decision win over Yoel Romero. The success marked Whittaker’s snowball right, quietly setting up the Aussie among the top rated pound-for-pound fighters in the sport. More
Middleweight – Israel Adesanya vs. Anderson Silva
Bantamweight – Rani Yahya vs. Ricky Simon
Lightweight – Devonte Smith vs. Dong Hyun Kim
Flyweight – Kai-Kara France vs. Rualian Paiva
Light Heavyweight – Jim Crute vs. Ryan Spann
Featherweight Bout – Shane Young vs. Austin Arnett
Women’s Flyweight – Nadia Kassem vs. Montana De La Rosa
Bantamweight – Teruto Ishihara vs. Kyung Ho Kang
Bantamweight – Wuliji Buren vs. Jonathan Martinez
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