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The UFC 260 featherweight title between Alex Volkanovski and Brian Ortega is canceled due to COVID-19 protocols, the UFC announced on Saturday during the UFC Fight Night broadcast. The fight was scheduled for March 27. “We followed every policy and process to remain covid free but It wasn’t meant to be this time.”Mar 21, 2021
UFC Featherweight Champion Alexander Volkanovski presented a moving picture of the incredible weight loss he experienced in his life. Volkanovski currently weighs 145 pounds, but at one point he was a heavyweight rugby player.Feb 10, 2021
Australian Alexander Volkanovski/Nationality
1.73 m Brian Ortega/Height
Working from the southpaw stance, Ortega landed a clean right hook and looked light on his feet, stunning Jung with around a minute to go in the round. Both fighters continued to find joy with some heavy leg kicks while ‘T-City’ landed a stinging kick to the body of The Korean Zombie.Oct 18, 2020
Alexander Volkanovski UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski will meet Brian Ortega as head coaches of the long-running reality show, which is set to return for its 29th season. The program will feature athletes of the men’s bantamweight and middleweight divisions. ESPN’s Brett Okamoto first reported the news.Apr 3, 2021
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Brian Martin Ortega (born February 21, 1991) is an American professional mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the Featherweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Brian Ortega Reach 69 in (175 cm) Fighting out of Torrance, California, United States
UFC Fighter Brian Ortega Out 9-12 Months From Not Tapping To Ryron Gracie – White Belt Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
15-1-0 Brian Ortega Record: 15-1-0 (1 NC) Weight: 145 lbs.