MAFB Math: UFC Fight Night 198
The less that is spoken about UFC Vegas 43, the better. Featuring one finish across eleven bouts, no prospect showered themselves in glory. Miesha Tate hit an earlier than expected wall on her comeback trail, but it was five rounds of horrendously poor boxing from both her and Vieira. Sean Brady and Michael Chiesa started to heat up in the third round, but alas, the UFC would never allow a spicy Welterweight affair to headline. When Cody Durden’s racist post-fight octagon interview garners the most media attention, it’s clear that the action was muted.
Catch up on the preview and predictions for UFC Fight Night 198: Predictions if you haven’t already, and have a good old laugh at our expense.
Want to rejog the memory over the week’s events? Trim the fat and jump straight to the fight of the night, fighters to watch and path the future for all fighters involved on MAFB: UFC Fight Night 198.
1 – Incompetent Amateur (First-Timer, Regional Can)
5 – Average Proficiency (Feeder League Elite, UFC Unranked Standard)
10– Prodigious (Expert, GOAT)
N/A or Blank– Categories that weren’t touched upon during the fight
MAFB Math: UFC Fight Night 198 Aesthetic Ratings
MAFB Math: UFC Fight Night 198 Adjustable Table (Sort/Filter)
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