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2021 was another record-breaking year for the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Delivering fantastic finishes, powerful debuts, and instant classics with every card. With rising contenders and dominant champions in every division, it's a good time to be a fight fan.
One of the biggest upsets of 2021 came on the last card of the year, with an upset from Julianna Peña over Amanda Nunes, who had previously dominated the featherweight and bantamweight divisions. Meanwhile, Valentina Shevchenko continues to rein supreme at flyweight. While Rose Namajunas looks for more chances to prove she's the best in the world at strawweight.
UFC 270 just kicked off 2022 with a titanic collision from the most infamous division in combat sports: heavyweight. Francis Ngannou defended his title against his former teammate, the interim-champ, Ciryl Gane. And the co-main event title trilogy ended with Davison Figuiredo recapturing his belt from Brandon Moreno. With the possibility of a 4th fight in the future.
But the action doesn't stop there.
Middleweight King Israel Adesanya is set to rematch the former champion and fan favorite, Robert Whittaker at UFC 271. Jorge Masvidal and Colby Covington will finally meet in the Octagon at UFC 272 for a grudge match we've all been waiting for. Followed by Volkanovski vs. Jung at UFC 273, plus a rematch at bantamweight on the same card that needed to happen: Aljamain Sterling vs. Petr Yan.
And that's just in the first few months.
It all gets settled in the Octagon. So, we'll see you here at the bar on fight night.