A trio of bouts are actually set for the UFC Fight Night Singapore card as #8 Ovince St. Preux faces #12 Tyson Pedro, Jake Matthews faces Shinsho Anzai and Matt Schnell faces Naoki Inoue.
St. Preux (22-11-0) has received 3 of his closing 4 underneath the UFC banner, however is coming off of a loss to Ilir Latifi at UFC On Fox 28. St. Preux has prior to now challenged for the UFC Interim Light Heavyweight Title, dropping to then champion Jon Jones at UFC 197.
Pedro (7-1-0) has received 3 of 4 fights throughout his UFC tenure, with the ones wins coming over Khalil Rountree, Paul Craig and Saparbek Safarov. Pedro has earned seven wins as a certified MMA fighter, with all of the ones victories coming within the opening spherical.
Matthews (13-3-0) enters the competition in the middle of a two struggle profitable streak, defeating the duo of Bojan Velickovic and Li Jingliang. Matthews has noticed his closing 3 fights move the space and it’s been nearly two years for the reason that fighter were given a end.
Anzai (10-2-0) comes into the struggle using a two bout profitable streak, closing defeating Luke Jumeau at UFC Fight Night Japan. Anzai has noticed simply 3 of his skilled MMA bouts move to a call and the fighter has walked away victorious every time.
Schnell (10-4-0) is taking a look to construct at the momentum of his first UFC win, which came visiting Marco Beltran at UFC 216. Schnell has additionally suffered two defeats so far in UFC festival and either one of the ones losses got here by means of KO/TKO.
Inoue (11-0-0) has already earned one victory within the UFC, with that win coming over Carls John De Tomas at UFC Fight Night Singapore 2017. Inoue has fought a complete of 11 occasions as a certified MMA fighter and simplest one in every of his bouts have long past previous the second one spherical.
UFC Fight Night Singapore takes position on Saturday, June 23 from the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore with Donald Cerrone and Leon Edwards headlining. Fightful is offering are living protection of the development, whilst broadcast plans have not begun to be introduced.