Brandon Moreno’s fight against Ryan Benoit in The Ultimate Fighter Finale on Saturday comes with high expectations following the Mexican fighter’s impressive debut in the Octagon in October.That showing, a stunning first-round submission victory over (then) No. 8-ranked Louis Smolka, cemented Moreno as a fighter to watch. He accepted the bout on eight days’ notice as a fill-in, and the outcome helped secure Moreno a place on Saturday’s card. Moreno, 22, joins Ultimate Fighter finalist Tim Elliot on the action-packed card celebrating the exciting flyweight division.The e … Read the Full Article Here
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