Preview of UFC Fight Night 237 Featuring Moreno vs. Royval Rematch

Oh, the excitement’s been building up, hasn’t it? After a long, four-year wait, the UFC’s making a grand return to Mexico. And boy, does it promise to be a spectacle. This Saturday, Mexico City Arena’s gonna be buzzing. The main event? A rematch that’s got everyone talking. Brandon Moreno and Brandon Royval are set to light up the stage again, after their 2020 bout ended way too soon, thanks to an injury.

And, get this – the co-headliner’s got a similar backstory. Yair Rodriguez and Brian Ortega are picking up where they left off, after an injury cut their previous fight short. Both matchups are as tantalizing as they were the first time around. Plus, there’s a whole lineup of fights featuring Mexican and Mexican-American fighters that are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat. Keep an eye out for Raul Rosas Jr. and Yazmin Jauregui; they’re in for some tough but winnable fights.

Now, let’s dive into the UFC Fight Night 237 preview, shall we?

Flyweights are up first. Brandon Moreno, the former champ, is facing off against the always dangerous Brandon Royval. The odds? Moreno’s the favorite, but don’t count Royval out just yet. Their first fight was a rollercoaster, ending abruptly when Royval couldn’t continue due to a shoulder injury. It was a bummer, but it set the stage for Moreno’s epic rivalry with Deiveson Figueiredo. Those fights? Absolute classics, culminating in Moreno securing his place as a UFC star.

Moreno’s been on a journey, constantly improving. Royval, on the other hand, has had his ups and downs since their last fight. Despite some setbacks, he’s clawed his way back, proving he’s still a force to be reckoned with. This rematch? It’s not just about settling scores. It’s a chance for both fighters to make a statement.

Moreno’s ground game was superior in their first encounter, and nothing we’ve seen since suggests that’s changed. My money’s on Moreno, winning by submission in the second round. But hey, in MMA, anything can happen.

So, what’s next? There’s plenty more action lined up. Rodriguez vs. Ortega, Zellhuber vs. Prado, Rosas Jr. vs. Turcios, Jauregui vs. Hughes, Torres vs. Duncan, and don’t forget about the prelims. Each fight’s got its own story, its own set of stakes. It’s shaping up to be one unforgettable night in Mexico City. Can’t wait to see how it all unfolds.

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