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Belal Muhammad explains why he called out Li Jingliang at UFC 258

For a while now, Belal Muhammad has been stuck at the level in his division that can be hardest to escape: Muhammad (18-3 MMA, 9-3 UFC) established himself as a dangerous opponent for anyone at welterweight, but he didn’t have the name value of the biggest stars. That made him...
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Belal Muhammad explains callout of Li Jingliang: ‘I know what makes sense’

LAS VEGAS — Welterweight Belal Muhammad speaks with reporters backstage at the UFC APEX following his unanimous decision win over Dhiego Lima at UFC 258. “Remember the Name” discusses finally getting ranked in the top-15, his callout of Li Jingliang, getting the respect from his peers, and more.
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Mike Perry issues challenges to a plethora of different fighters including Robbie Lawler, Li Jingliang, and Conor McGregor

UFC welterweight Mike Perry issued challenges to a plethora of different fighters including Robbie Lawler, Li Jingliang, and Conor McGregor. Perry is a newfound father and has been enjoying getting his feet wet into parenthood as of late, but he makes his living as a prizefighter and will likely jump back into the Octagon in the coming months. And despite losing a decision to Tim Means in his last fight and dropping three of his last four overall, “Platinum” still has his sights set high.
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Geoff Neal calls out Li Jingliang

After losing a decision to Stephen Thompson his last time out, UFC welterweight contender Geoff Neal now has his sights set on Li Jingliang. After missing a year of action due to health issues, Neal finally returned to the Octagon in the main event of UFC Vegas 17 back in December. In his first five-round UFC fight, Neal was able to go the distance with an elite opponent in Thompson, ultimately losing a unanimous decision. Despite the loss, however, Neal is still a top-15 ranked opponent, coming in at No. 11 in the UFC. Right behind him at No. 12 is Jingliang — fresh off a KO win over Santiago Ponzinibbio — and Neal wants him next.
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UFC fighter rankings: Li Jingliang jumps onto the welterweight list

The UFC kicked off 2021 with a Saturday event on Fight Island, and it just happened to be the first-ever event to air on ABC. While the undercard was underwhelming, the main card more than made up for it, bringing straight fire for all five fights. IT’S NOT TOO LATE...
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Santiago Ponzinibbio releases statement after KO loss to Li Jingliang at UFC Fight Island 7

It has been a tough road back to the Octagon for Santiago Ponzinibbio. Since he knocked out Neil Magny in the main event of UFC Buenos Aires on November 17, 2018 Ponzinibbio has had to battle for his career and even his life. Before he was able to make his return to action this past weekend the Argentinian suffered from near fatal blood and bone infections.
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Santiago Ponzinibbio issues emotional statement following knockout loss to Li Jingliang

UFC welterweight Santiago Ponzinibbio issued an emotional statement following his vicious knockout loss to Li Jingliang at UFC on ABC 1. After missing over two years of action due to various health issues, Ponzinibbio finally made his long-awaited return to the Octagon when he took on Jingliang at Saturday’s UFC on ABC 1 card. Despite the long layoff, Ponzinibbio was still the betting favorite heading into this bout. However, the ring rust showed as he wasn’t able to get his timing right during the fight. Jingliang took advantage of that, as he caught Ponzinibbio on the chin and KOed him in the first round.
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UFC Fight Island 7 video: Li Jingliang gives Santiago Ponzinibbio rude welcome back with vicious first-round knockout

Li Jingliang has enjoyed plenty of success in the UFC but he’s earned no bigger win than his knockout on Saturday in Abu Dhabi. Taking on Santiago Ponzinibbio, who was riding a seven-fight win streak in his return to action after more than two years away, Li showed no fear whatsoever to engage in a striking battle with the ferocious welterweight from Argentina. After several close exchanges on the feet, Li baited Ponzinibbio into stepping forward and that’s when he unleashed a hellacious left hook that nearly spun his opponent’s head around.