UFC 149 Fight Card: Which Fight Will Steal the Show?
This Saturday, the UFC makes its first trip to Calgary in Canada, as the interim bantamweight title is on the line between former WEC featherweight champion Urijah Faber and Renan Barao.
In the co-main event, former Bellator middleweight champion, Hector Lombard, squares off against Tim "The Barbarian" Boetsch.
Many fans expect those two fights to be absolutely fantastic. Faber and Barao have a combined 54 wins and 40 finishes in those wins. That's pretty insane.
Lombard and Boetsch have a combined 46 wins and 36 finishes.
All of these guys have lots of fights, and I wouldn't expect any of them to go the distance.
However, with all that in mind, the fight that will steal the show will be a welterweight battle between Brian "Bad Boy" Ebersole and James Head.
Ebersole fought recently, back at UFC on FX 4, where he earned a decision win over TJ Waldburger just four weeks ago.
Head is not a familiar name to many fans, but he could be a threat in the welterweight division. He went 7-2 as a middleweight—including a win over Gerald Harris, which got him into the UFC—but after losing his UFC debut, he dropped to welterweight where he submitted Papy Abedi in the first round.
Ebersole is on an 11-fight win streak and is 4-0 in the UFC. He has said that after this fight he will drop to the lightweight division, and look to make a run there.
Which Fight Will Steal The Show?
Head is looking to get his first win over a top UFC competitor to really be able to call himself a threat in the division.
Both of these fighters are well rounded, and able to finish a fight anywhere it goes. Ebersole has been in some insanely entertaining fights in his time in the UFC, and I wouldn't expect Saturday night to be any different.
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