/Dustin Poyer and Dan Hooker with the title of the June 27 UFC event

Dustin Poyer and Dan Hooker with the title of the June 27 UFC event

The UFC announced on Friday that the title of an exciting match between lightweight candidate Dustin Power and Dan Hooker will be held on June 27 at the organization’s UFC Apex in Las Vegas.

Puer is the 33rd candidate in the 155-pound division, while Hooker sits at A5.

Opening the card, UFC President Dana White said, “This is an important battle for both boys.”

Hooker (20-8) manages the winning streak. His latest win came in February against Barsburg’s five-night fight against Paul Felder, the Battle middleweight champion Israel’s Adesnia training partner who won eight of them, stopping five of them. He even has a knock-out win in anticipation of Gilbert Burns winning the Welterweight title.

Power (25-6, no one is competing) did not fight in September 2019 after undefeated champion Khabib Nurmagomedov. Former interim champion former lightweight champion Anthony Petty, Eddie Alvarez, has won consistently with current champion Justin Gate. And former weightlifting champion Max Holloway.

The UFC has also confirmed several mandatory periods for a fan card key.

Mickey Gull, the dishonest winner in 2016, is taking the next step in the competition to welcome former WFE superstar CM Punk to the UFC when he meets 6-2 fighter comrade Mike Perry.

Perry has dropped five of the last seven, but his level of competition at the UFC is much tougher than his cheeks – at least on paper.

My entire competitors have topped the last 3 years. Have the best welterweight. So I fought a bit. In a dream, an opponent with a real salary prefers the existence of @ mickigal. Many thanks @UFC

– Platinum Mike Perry (Latplatinum Perry) June 7, 2020

Middle-aged Ian Jan Heinz came back quickly after beating Gerald Marseret, UFC 250, in the UFC 250 in 4 seconds. It has the potential to be a six-time winning brand.

Aspen Laden and Olympic silver medalist Sarah McMann are both vying for the top ten in the top ten. If Landy (9-1) achieves an impressive victory, you can start hearing her last name because the next challenge is the royal champion Amanda Nunes.

Canadian Kate Nelson will take part in Huntsville, O., Shawn Woodson. Nelson last won the UFC when he last met Poco Reyes in September.

Also, Alberta Tanner is going to put a heavy weight on the seating at the Brazilian Philip Lions Awards.