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UFC Fight Night 106 Belfort vs Gastelum Live Stream Saturday March 11

UFC Fight Night 106 Belfort vs Gastelum Live Stream

The UFC its back Saturday March 11 right after the great UFC 209 where Tyroon Woodley won his fight against Thompson and kept his belt. The action moves now to Fortaleza, Brasil where Saturday 11 March Vitor Belfort will fight against Kelvin Gastelum. The live stream will be added just before the Early Prelims start. Keep refreshing this page 10-15 mins before the Early Prelims start, we will add the best free live stream that we find on internet for the UFC Fight Night 106 Belfort vs Gastelum.

The world’s largest mixed martial arts (MMA) promotion heads to Fortaleza, Brazil, this Saturday evening (March 11, 2017) with two very different Middleweight contenders taking center stage inside Centro de Formacao Olimpica de Fortaleza.

In the FOX Sports 1-televised main event, Kelvin Gastelum looks to build off his knockout of Tim Kennedy at Vitor Belfort’s expense, while Gian Villante faces the legendary “Shogun” Rua in the co-feature. In addition, Beneil Dariush squares off with Edson Barboza in a clash of Top 10-ranked Lightweight contenders and Ray Borg looks to re-establish his position as the top Flyweight prospect against Jussier “Formiga.”

It’s another night of “Prelims” undercard matches split between FOX Sports 1 and Fight Pass. Let’s get it going:

145 lbs.: Rony Jason vs. Jeremy Kennedy

Hopes were high for Team Nogueira’s Rony Jason (14-6) after he ran through The Ultimate Fighter (TUF): “Brazil” and picked up impressive stoppage wins in his next two fights. He proceeded to hit a 1-3 (1 NC) skid, an impressive submission of Damon Jackson overturned because of a failed drug test that kept him out of action for 14 months.

Eight of his 13 stoppage wins have come by submission.

Jeremy Kennedy (9-0) entered UFC with pristine amateur (3-0) and professional (8-0) records, as well as a regional title under his belt. His debut saw him keep the streak alive with a decision over countryman Alex Ricci, whom he overpowered in the clinch for 15 minutes.

He stands four inches taller than Jason at 5’11.”

“Jason” has always had oodles of potential, but at almost 33 years old it’s time to put up or shut up. The core issue is the fact that the disparate aspects of his game don’t really mesh — his wild striking doesn’t blend with his takedowns and he doesn’t have enough one-punch power to justify his stand up approach.

Still, that killer grappling might be enough here. Kennedy isn’t anywhere near the wrestler Bermudez is and his willingness to tie up plays right into Jason’s hands. So long as the Brazilian remembers that he’s a jiu-jitsu artist first and foremost, expect him to lock up a choke in transition late in the first.

Prediction: Jason via first-round submission

185 lbs.: Garreth McLellan vs. Paulo Henrique Costa

Garreth McLellan (13-5) punched his ticket to UFC with two successful defenses of his EFC Middleweight title, both via submission. He’s gone 1-3 in the promotion itself with losses to Bartosz Fabinski, Magnus Cedenblad and Alessio Di Chirico.

“Soldier Boy” is 10 years older than his opponent and owns nine professional wins via submission.

Paulo Henrique Costa (8-0) — Team Wanderlei’s second pick on TUF: “Brazil 3” — fell to Team Sonnen top pick Marcio Alexander in the quarterfinals. Returning to the Brazilian circuit, he has won five straight, earning and defending the Jungle Fight middleweight title in his last two bouts.

All eight of his professional fights have ended in the first round, seven by knockout.

“Borrachinha” looks like he’s come a long way since losing to Lyoto. Now 25, he’s an imposing figure with serious power in his hands. His boxing appears fairly effective and he doubles up well with the left hook.

McLellan is more experienced by far, but he’s yet to put everything together in the Octagon. He lacks the wrestling to bring his strong top game to bear and his striking, while decently effective, isn’t far above “functional.” We’re likely in for a stand up battle that McLellan doesn’t seem equipped to win.

Costa’s history of first-round finishes could portend some cardio issues, but he hits hard enough to put McLellan away well before that crops up.

Four more UFC Fight Night 106 fights to preview and predict, capped off by an excellent Lightweight showdown. Same time tomorrow, Maniacs!

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