Teixeira vs Hill & Figueiredo vs Moreno


January 20, 2023

Glover Teixeira’s loss to Jiří Procházka UFC275 last June was an instant classic. Although he suffered defeat against the Czech phenomenon, no one could question Teixeira’s courage and determination. So is Jamahal Hill’s ability to bounce back after suffering a nasty elbow injury at the hands of Paul Craig UFC263 tells the mixed martial arts world everything they need to know about his determination to overcome adversity. These two warriors will clash in an epic battle for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship UFC283. You won’t want to miss it!

Meanwhile, reigning Flyweight Champion Deiveison Figueiredo takes on challenger Brandon Moreno in the fourth part of their epic rivalry. These two have fought three classic battles in the past. It’s only fitting that they settle the score once and for all with the Undisputed Flyweight Championship on the line. UFC283 offers two championship fights that are worth the price of admission. There’s a lot to unpack here; without further ado, let’s get into that!

Teixeira vs. Hill

After being named BT Sport’s 2020 Comeback Fighter of the Year, Glover Teixeira shocked the world by defeating Jan Blachowicz for the UFC Light Heavyweight Title in October 2021. Since then he has performed only once in the octagon and lost his belt to the younger Jiří Procházka. However, Teixeira is still considered a serious threat and one of the toughest men the sport has ever known. At 43, he’s in the best shape of his life and ready to try again to shock the world again.

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Jamahal Hill is in the middle of an impressive three-fight win streak in which he has defeated three ranked opponents in a row. The 31-year-old has been a professional since 2017; Compared to Teixeira, his experience in the sport makes him a novice. However, in his six years as a pro, Hill has soaked up as much knowledge as he can. Now he’s ready to add the ultimate achievement to his resume and become a champion in the world’s most prestigious mixed martial arts division. Be sure to tune in to see Teixeira and Hill risk it all for the Undisputed UFC Light Heavyweight Championship of the World!

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Figueiredo versus Moreno

Deiveson Figueiredo’s last three fights have all been against Brandon Moreno. In these three competitions, he emerged victorious once, suffered a loss, and participated in a draw. In July of last year, Moreno defeated Kai Kara-France to become the interim UFC Flyweight Champion. On Saturday, Moreno will travel to Figueiredo’s native Brazil to try to unify the division championship while triumphing over his greatest rival. These two men are clearly the top two contenders in the division; The final part of their saga is a must-see. Be sure to catch all the action when Figueiredo and Moreno meet in the middle of the octagon!

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Burns vs. Magny

Despite losing two of his last three fights, Gilbert Burns is still the fifth-ranked welterweight in the UFC divisional rankings. His losses to Kamaru Usman and Khamzat Chimaev speak volumes about his willingness to climb into the octagon and go toe-to-toe against the best fighters in his weight class. He has eight victories by submission throughout his career, a direct reflection of his status as a 3rd degree black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Neil Magny has won three of his last four fights and at 35 shows no signs of slowing down. He’s been on the UFC roster since 2013 but never earned a shot at the title. Still, there are many who consider him the division’s gatekeeper. A fight with him is considered the ultimate test of whether an opponent truly belongs to the welterweight elite or not. Burns and Magny are sure to put on a show for fans in Rio de Janeiro; You won’t want to miss it!

Murphy vs. Andrade

Lauren Murphy and Jéssica Andrade each suffered a loss to Valentina Shevchenko in 2021. Although no woman has defeated the reigning UFC World Flyweight Champion, each has recovered well since those setbacks. Now both have their eyes on a possible rematch with Shevchenko for the championship belt. There’s only one problem; they get in each other’s way. Murphy versus Andrade is a showdown between two of the best flyweights in women’s MMA. You won’t want to miss it!

Craig vs Walker

Paul Craig and Johnny Walker are two of the top 15 light heavyweights in the UFC divisional rankings. However, neither was able to earn a title shot or make that coveted top-five plateau, which means becoming that the best of the best. Craig’s unanimous decision loss to Volkan Oezdemir in July 2022 ended his uptrend. Similarly, back-to-back losses in October 2021 and February 2022 cost Walker a chance to break into the division’s top 10. However, these are still two very talented fighters with championship aspirations. Be sure to tune in to see Craig and Walker risk it all on Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro!

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UFC283 can be viewed on BT Sport in the UK and on ESPN Plus in the US. As always, we will provide the latest updates on the results of the fights, as well as detailed analysis, right here at World in Sport!

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