Nigeria, amidst the rigorous challenges we are currently facing in the country, is definitely blessed with extra ordinary superstars that are representing the country both home and abroad.We have countless numbers of Nigerians in some western part of the world that are extremely good at what they do, and are making the country proud with it.
Kamaru Usman has been rewarded with an extra Fifty thousand dollar for his performance on the night as UFC 261 returned to Jacksonville, Florida.Kamaru Usman blows out Jorge Masvidal in the main event of the UFC 261 event to retain his welterweight title in a rematch between both fighters.
Following his brutal knock out by Kamaru Usman in the UFC 261 early Sunday morning in Florida, Jorge Masvidal has declared the Kamaru Usman showed him something he didn't show him in their first fight.The American fighter who was fighting Usman for the second time in 12 months spoke at the post-fight conference said : " Usman showed me something he didn’t show the first fight.
It's no dull all through the night as Kamaru Usman retains his Welterweight title against Jorge Masvidal.Kamaru made no mistakes as he got Masvidal losing his guard and landed a perfect right to send American to the canvas in Round 2 after a close Round 1.Kamaru got a standing ovation from the returning 15,000 live audiences for a great job done on the Wild Night at UFC 261 from the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida.
There is news from the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).Nigerian-born Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) superstar Kamaru Usman in the early hours of Sunday, April 25th recorded a knockout against Jorge Masvidal at UFC 261.The UFC 261 was at full capacity at the Jacksonville Arena in Florida as several match-ups took place before the main event between Usman and Masvidal.
The highly anticipated fight of the weekend between Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal has come and gone and we now have our winner via a unanimous decision.Usman and Masvidal clashed in UFC 261 on Saturday night in Florida.This was a rematch of the July 2020 UFC 251 in which Usman also came out victorious.
It's time for a rematch as current Welterweight champion Kamaru 'The Nigerian Nightmare' Usman and American professional mixed martial artist Jorge 'Gamebred' Masvidal prepares for their highly anticipated sold-out 170-rematch at UFC 261 at the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, Florida in the early hours of January.
Congratulations are in order for Nigerian Martial artust Kamaru Usman has he honourably retained the undisputed UFC welterweight title after knocking out his opponent Jorge Masvidal who's an American, in the second round in the main event of UFC 261 in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday, April 25 2021.