Houston Alexander continues to dominate as he adds another win to his record when he fought Alessio Sakara at UFC 75-Champion vs. Champion. Alexander came into the octagon completely focused on his game plan where he became the aggressor from the very start.
The competition at the Light Heavyweight level continues to grow with superstars coming into the game ready to kick butt and take names. Chuck Liddell was the most consistent champion with 7 straight wins before he lost to Rampage Jackson. Chuck looks to come back for the belt he once had as he faces Keith Jardine, a match that many of us cannot wait to watch. This match-up can help decide their future as they are both coming into the UFC 76-Knockout schedule with devastating losses.
Rampage is the current champion as he was the only man to beat the Ice-man 2 times in row. Rampage adds another win this past Saturday against Dan Henderson, where he defended his belt for the very first time.
Now, with Mauricio Shogun debuting at UFC 76-Knockout, could he be the next dangerous man at this level or will Alexander’s 2-fight winning streak prove that he’s a better fighter in the octagon? A win for Shogun can lead to the possibility of a match-up in the near future. Shogun will be ready to face another top contender at this weight class, Forrest Griffin, at UFC 76-Knockout.
Alexander has proven to be one of the most aggressive fighters in MMA as he looks to do whatever it takes to get himself to the top. At the age of 37, his fighting is superior than a lot of the younger fighters at 205. From MMAFight.com…Congrats to Alexander for very good win!