POST-UFC FIGHT NIGHT 109: ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) was in Stockholm, Sweden for the fifth time in promotional background Sunday (May 28, 2017) with UFC Fight Night 109: Gustafsson vs. Teixeira. It turned out to be a solid night of fights that saw half of 12 bouts end by end, and with all the scraps today in our rear perspective, let us look at that of the day’s competitions we might no longer see in action inside the Octagon…
ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK
Alex Nicholson
Nicholson dropped via first-round TKO and happened on Jack Hermansson. He’s currently on 1-3 in the UFC and a deficit within the Octagon. After the loss to Hermansson, I presume there is a good opportunity that Nicholson will be getting his walking papers out of the advertising. In addition to his latest slide, he is also known to make headlines for reasons that were negative, and I feel the UFC will be happy cutting ties with him. I see him becoming published, and I really don’t see him working his way back into the huge display, despite being just 27 years of age.
Chris Camozzi
Camozzi came up at a unanimous-decision reduction to Trevor Smith and is now riding a three-fight losing streak in what’s his third stint with the UFC. He was discharged after four successive losses last time, and it has dropped only three consecutive this time, but I think it’s probably that he will be getting a pink slip from the advertising. I would prefer to see him get a fourth shot for a second time, but I’ve got my doubts about it. If he get published, I believe this time he’ll head to Bellator instead of the regional circuit in Colorado in hopes of working his way to a fourth UFC stint.
Nico Musoke
Musoke returned to shoot on Bojan Velickovic in the front of his home crowd. He was up on the judges’ scorecards en route to some decision triumph using half a minute left in the competition. That’s when he had been captured with a test right hook which staggered him, placing him on ice skates and allowing Velickovic to complete him. The loss makes it two straight for the Swede, and he’s currently 1-3 in his last four years. I believe it is 60/40 that he is going to be getting released from the UFC. I lean towards them giving him a third shot since he returned from an extended layoff, was winning the struggle until becoming caught and the promotion could use him for European cards.
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