UFC on ESPN 25 - Ige vs The Korean Zombie - Card Preview 6/19/21

The UFC returns to the Apex Centre for UFC on ESPN 25, Saturday, June 19th. This one is headlined by two top 10 featherweight strikers who will be looking to throw down and get into title contention. Dan Ige, fresh off his 20 second KO of Gavin Tucker, is taking on Chan “The Korean Zombie” Jung.

In the co main event, we get to see heavyweight jiu jitsu specialist Aleksei “The Boa Constrictor” Oleinik in his 75th pro fight! He takes on heavyweight prospect, Sergey Spivak, who looks to make it 3 in a row.

Marlon Vera vs Davey Grant also promises to be incredible so tune in to that one on the main card. Other notables are long time UFC veteran, Matt Brown, making the UFC walk for his 28th time. On the undercard, Khaos Williams looks to get back in the win column after a competitive loss against Michel Pereira.

As always, the card is subject to changes but here's how it's looking so far. Check back Saturday morning to find out where we are putting our money for this one!

Main Card

Chan Sung Jung vs. Dan Ige

Aleksei Oleinik vs. Sergey Spivak

Marlon Vera vs. Davey Grant

Julian Erosa vs. Seung Woo Choi

Wellington Turman vs. Bruno Silva

Matt Brown vs. Dhiego Lima

Preliminary Card

Aleksa Camur vs. Nicolae Negumereanu

Kanako Murata vs. Virna Jandiroba

Khaos Williams vs. Matthew Semelsberger

Josh Parisian vs. Roque Martinez

Joaquim Silva vs. Rick Glenn

Casey O'Neill vs. Lara Procópio

Tagir Ulanbekov vs. Tyson Nam

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Ever since renting my first UFC VHS at my local video store, I’ve been in love with the sport of MMA. I’ve watched every single fight that has ever taken place under the UFC banner over the past 25 years. Once I started doing incredibly well in fantasy leagues, I realized I could utilize my skills in fight analytics to make a profit on betting. My obsession with researching every aspect of a fight gave me a real edge in finding value. Since then, it's been one profitable year after the next. Watching your favorite sport is good, but getting paid while watching your favorite sport is better.