Watch The MMA Hour with Jedrzejczyk, Velasquez, Perry, Strickland, Verhoeven, and Cooper III now

The Mixed Martial Arts Hour is back in your life! Below is a rundown of Wednesday’s show, which begins at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT / 6 p.m. GMT. 1 p.m. ET: Ray Cooper III talks about defending his PFL welterweight title just hours before tonight’s rematch against Magomed Magomedkerimov for $1 million. 1:30 p.m.: Rico Verhoeven discusses his brutal title defense against Jamal Ben Saddik at Glory Collision 3 this past weekend. 2 p.m.: Sean Strickland talks about what’s next after Luke Rockhold dropped out of their anticipated UFC 268 fight on Nov. 6. 2:30 p.m.: Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez gives us an update on his next steps. 3 p.m.: Former UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk discusses her possible return to the Octagon and more. 3:30 p.m.: Mike Perry talks about why he signed with the BKFC and his possible debut date. 4 p.m.: GC and Helwani take a look at best bets for PFL and UFC 267. 4:30 p.m.: It’s time for another edition of On The Nose where I answer your questions. For the latest episodes of The MMA Hour, subscribe on Spotify or iTunes.

Watch The MMA Hour with Jedrzejczyk, Velasquez, Perry, Strickland, Verhoeven, and Cooper III now

The Mixed Martial Arts Hour is back in your life! Below is a rundown of Wednesday’s show, which begins at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT / 6 p.m. GMT.

1 p.m. ET: Ray Cooper III talks about defending his PFL welterweight title just hours before tonight’s rematch against Magomed Magomedkerimov for $1 million.

1:30 p.m.: Rico Verhoeven discusses his brutal title defense against Jamal Ben Saddik at Glory Collision 3 this past weekend.

2 p.m.: Sean Strickland talks about what’s next after Luke Rockhold dropped out of their anticipated UFC 268 fight on Nov. 6.

2:30 p.m.: Former UFC heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez gives us an update on his next steps.

3 p.m.: Former UFC strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk discusses her possible return to the Octagon and more.

3:30 p.m.: Mike Perry talks about why he signed with the BKFC and his possible debut date.

4 p.m.: GC and Helwani take a look at best bets for PFL and UFC 267.

4:30 p.m.: It’s time for another edition of On The Nose where I answer your questions.

For the latest episodes of The MMA Hour, subscribe on Spotify or iTunes.

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Kevin Holland injured, out of upcoming Kyle Daukaus rematch at UFC event on Nov. 13

Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLCThe rematch between Kevin Holland and Kyle Daukaus will have to wait until a later date. Multiple sources confirmed to MMA Fighting on Wednesday that Holland has been forced out of the fight scheduled at the upcoming UFC event on Nov. 13 due to injury. Daukaus first announced the news on Twitter. “Hey Kevin Holland, sorry to hear about the injury,” Daukaus wrote. “Heal up. I’ll see you in February, but first I’m gonna handle some business.” Hey @Trailblaze2top Sorry to hear about the injury. Heal up. I’ll see you in February, but first I’m gonna handle some business. #Relentless #UFC— Kyle Daukaus (@KyleDaukaus) October 27, 2021 While Daukaus hinted at rebooking the fight with Holland for a later date, the Philadelphia-born middleweight is still currently expected to compete on the Nov. 13 card against a different opponent. The UFC is currently searching for a replacement for the card. Details surrounding Holland’s injury are not known at this time, but unfortunately he won’t be able to fight in November. The rematch between Holland and Daukaus was booked almost immediately after their last fight ended in controversy. The fighters had an accidental clash of heads in the opening round at UFC Vegas 38, which led to a flash knockdown as Holland hit the ground. While referee Dan Miragliotta acknowledged the accidental foul by signaling to ringside officials for a review, he didn’t actually pause the action. Moments later, Daukaus wrapped up a rear-naked choke to submit Holland. But after Miragliotta conferred with other officials including UFC executives Marc Ratner and matchmaker Sean Shelby, the bout was declared a no-contest. Three days later, the rematch was offered and accepted by both fighters. The upcoming UFC event on Nov. 13 is headlined by former featherweight champion Max Holloway taking on Yair Rodriguez in a five-round fight from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Kevin Holland injured, out of upcoming Kyle Daukaus rematch at UFC event on Nov. 13
Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC

The rematch between Kevin Holland and Kyle Daukaus will have to wait until a later date.

Multiple sources confirmed to MMA Fighting on Wednesday that Holland has been forced out of the fight scheduled at the upcoming UFC event on Nov. 13 due to injury. Daukaus first announced the news on Twitter.

“Hey Kevin Holland, sorry to hear about the injury,” Daukaus wrote. “Heal up. I’ll see you in February, but first I’m gonna handle some business.”

While Daukaus hinted at rebooking the fight with Holland for a later date, the Philadelphia-born middleweight is still currently expected to compete on the Nov. 13 card against a different opponent. The UFC is currently searching for a replacement for the card.

Details surrounding Holland’s injury are not known at this time, but unfortunately he won’t be able to fight in November.

The rematch between Holland and Daukaus was booked almost immediately after their last fight ended in controversy.

The fighters had an accidental clash of heads in the opening round at UFC Vegas 38, which led to a flash knockdown as Holland hit the ground. While referee Dan Miragliotta acknowledged the accidental foul by signaling to ringside officials for a review, he didn’t actually pause the action.

Moments later, Daukaus wrapped up a rear-naked choke to submit Holland. But after Miragliotta conferred with other officials including UFC executives Marc Ratner and matchmaker Sean Shelby, the bout was declared a no-contest. Three days later, the rematch was offered and accepted by both fighters.

The upcoming UFC event on Nov. 13 is headlined by former featherweight champion Max Holloway taking on Yair Rodriguez in a five-round fight from the UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Source : MMA Fighting More   

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