Lock in, in light of the fact that this matchup has Battle of the Night potential. Following a report from MMA Realm, New York featherweight Shane Burgos declared on his Instagram story that his next battle will come against Hakeem Dawodu at UFC 257 on January 23rd. The night’s fundamental card airs live on compensation per-see, with prelims on the ESPN group of organizations.
Burgos flaunts a 6-2 record inside the Octagon, despite the fact that he is falling off a consistent choice misfortune to Josh Emmett in what was UFC Vegas 3’s Battle of the Night. Before that rout he had run through three straight successes over Kurt Holobaugh, Whelp Swanson, and Makwan Amirkhani. Burgos is known for his energizing striking style and an accentuation on body shots.
Dawodu is one of Canada’s rising stars in the game. He made his UFC debut in 2018 after an undefeated spat World Arrangement of Battling, however fiasco struck when he was stifled out by Danny Henry in 39 seconds. From that point forward he’s won five straight, including split choices over Julio Arce and Zubaira Tukhugov. This is an impressive advance up for Dawodu considering Burgos is positioned.
UFC 257 doesn’t have an official scene, despite the fact that Dana White is focusing on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The headliner is a rematch between previous two-division champion Conor McGregor and ex-interval lightweight champ Dustin Poirier.