UFC 275 - Teixeira vs. Procházka 
Date : June 11, 2022 
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For the first time since 2019, UFC is returning to Singapore for UFC 275 on June 11. Two titles are on the line as light heavyweight champion Glover Teixeira meets Jiri Prochazka in the headliner, and Valentina Shevchenko faces Taila Santos for the flyweight title in the co-headliner.

In the highlighted session, previous strawweight champions conflict in one of the most exceptionally expected rematches in UFC history as Joanna Jedrzejczyk gets back to battle Zhang Weili for an opportunity to be next in line for recently delegated champion Carla Esparza.

Two title battles, a rematch of perhaps the best battle ever, and a large group of rising stars scrutinizing their abilities will deliver one of the most stacked cards of the year. As battle night draws near, the following are five motivations to check out UFC 275.

Rematch Of 2020 UFC President’s Choice Fight of the Year

On Sat. Walk 7, 2020, Jedrzejczyk and Zhang fought for five rounds in the co-headliner of UFC 248, where Zhang defeated a split choice triumph to effectively guard her strawweight title. After a memorable session that won the 2020 President’s Choice Fight of the Year grant, the two competitors’ professions took intense turns.

Then-champion Zhang confronted strong competitor and previous boss, Rose Namajunas, who floated at the highest point of the strawweight rankings since her appearance on the Ultimate Fighter Season 20 of every 2013. The two met at the UFC’s re-visitation of Jacksonville, UFC 261, where Namajunas took the title from Zhang with a marvelous head kick knockout in less than two minutes.

Experiencing her most memorable misfortune in her last 22 battles, Zhang procured her a quick rematch with Namajunas at Madison Square Garden in the co-headliner of UFC 268. Zhang had the option to endure Namajunas’ underlying invasion yet missed the mark after a volatile five-round fight, putting “Magnum” on the first long string of failures of her vocation.

Since experiencing her loss at UFC 248, Jedrzejczyk removed time from the Octagon. As of late, she marked a six-battle arrangement and her rematch with Zhang will be her first battle in quite a while. Win or lose, Zhang and Jedrzejczyk will a be in recognizable area, either battling for the title or confronting Rose Namajunas in a set of three battle.

On the off chance that Jedrzejczyk can get her payback on Zhang, a rematch against Esparza poses a potential threat. The two met at UFC 185 of every 2015 for Esparza’s strawweight title. Jedrzejczyk’s second round TKO come out on top for and five ensuing championship safeguards carved her name as one of the absolute best ever in the 115-pound weight class.

While just a three-round session this time around, with title suggestions and two possible sets of three on the line, this session is a must-watch.

Jan Błachowicz’s predominant title-winning triumph against Dominick Reyes in September 2020 and resulting safeguard against middleweight champion Israel Adesanya in March 21 immediately stepped his name as the best light heavyweight on the planet.

Then, at that point, came Glover Teixeira, a 42-year-old UFC veteran who entered the advancement in 2012. 21 battles later, Teixeira got his second shot at the title, already losing by choice to previous boss Jon Jones at UFC 172.
Two days after his birthday, Teixeira confronted Błachowicz in Abu Dhabi at UFC 267, deposing him two minutes into the subsequent round and turning into the most seasoned first-time champion in UFC history. Teixeira’s catching has demonstrated to be the absolute most predominant pound-for-pound in the UFC, crippling risky strikers like Błachowicz, Thiago Santos, and Anthony Smith.

Testing him on June 11 is Jiří Procházka, the No. 2 competitor making his third stroll to the Octagon. After two continuous feature reel knockouts, Procházka hopes to broaden his 13-battle series of wins and procure gold just three battles into his UFC vocation. The previous Rizin Fighting Federation and Gladiator Fighting Championship light heavyweight champion holds a noteworthy 28-3 record with 25 knockouts and two entries to his name.