After the whirlwind of events surrounding UFC 151, KOReps is excited to have four fighters on the card at UFC 152 in Toronto next month.
Matt Hamill will make his return to the Octagon after a 13 month layoff, facing off against heavy handed Vladimir Matyushenko. Hamill, a former contender in the light heavyweight division, will be looking to improve his record and climb the ladder in the division once again.
Submission ace Jim Hettes will look to remain unbeaten in a featherweight showdown with Marcus Brimage. The 25-year-old has finished nine of his 10 fights by way of submission, so don’t count on this one going the distance either.
In another light heavyweight bout, Igor Pokrajac will welcome Vinny Magalhaes back to the UFC in what is bound to be a hard fought war. It’s your classic knockout artist vs submission specialist match-up. With a win, Pokrajac will put himself in prime position to make a name for himself in what’s turning into the most talked about division in the UFC.
Lastly, Charlie Brenneman, who was originally scheduled to fight at UFC 151 before the Jones fiasco happened will face off with Kyle Noke. “The Spaniard” is coming off a loss to rising prospect Erick Silva, and will be ready to impress north of the border.