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The upcoming UFC 279: Chimaev vs. Diaz event is set to be a spectacular one, with some of the best mixed martial artists in the world competing. The main event of the night will be a welterweight bout between Khamzat Chimaev and Nick Diaz. Khamzat Chimaev is a Swedish professional MMA fighter and freestyle wrestler who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s welterweight division. He was a former participant in the Brave Combat Federation. Born and raised in Sweden, Chimaev began wrestling at the age of six. He is also won three Swedish national championships by the time he finished high school.

After high school, he continued to wrestle for Örebro University, where he won two more Swedish National championships. In mixed martial arts, Chimaev began his career in 2014 with a first-round submission win over Patrik Pietiläinen. Over the next two years, he fought twice more and won both bouts by knockout. In August 2016, Chimaev signed with Brave Combat Federation and made his promotional debut in December 2016 against Carlston Harris. He won the fight via TKO in the first round. In May 2017, Chimaev faced off against UFC veteran Alan Jouban at Brave 8: The Rise of Champions. He lost the fight via knockout in the second round. Chimaev returned to Brave CF in February 2018 to face Jarrah Al-Selawe at Brave 10: The Kingdom Rises. He lost the fight via unanimous decision. In November 2018, it was announced that Chimaev had signed with the UFC and would make his promotional debut against Muslim Salikhov on January 19, 2019 at UFC Fight Night: Cejudo vs Dillashaw.

Nate Diaz is a former UFC welterweight champion looking to make a comeback after a few years away from the sport. He’s a well-rounded fighter with good striking and grappling skills, and he’ll be looking to use his experience to take down Chimaev and get back to winning ways. Diaz first made his name in the UFC as a member of the vaunted “The Ultimate Fighter” cast, where he made it to the finals and beat Gray Maynard. He then went on to have a successful career in the UFC, winning 16 of his 24 fights and eventually becoming welterweight champion. However, Diaz has been away from the sport for a few years now, and it’s unclear how he’ll fare against the current crop of fighters. Nevertheless, Diaz is still one of the most experienced fighters in the world, and it will be interesting to see how he fares against Chimaev on Saturday, September 10th. The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas will be the site of one of MMA’s most intriguing cards this September, as two UFC stars face off. When Diaz faced Leon Edwards last summer, it looked like his return to competition would not go well; however, with a match-up against an undefeated Swede named Chimaev, who saw victory over Gilbert Burns via unanimous decision at UFC 273 there is hope that we could see another exciting fight unfold on Saturday night! Ferguson vs Li Jingliang promises much too, including perhaps Ireland’s own Kevin Holland taking part alongside Johnny Walker (in what should already feel very familiar).





Early Prelims Start Time: 6:15 PM EST
Prelims Start Time: 8 PM EST
Main Card Start Time: 10 PM EST

UFC 279: Fight card

Subject to change

Main card

Preliminary card

  • Hakeem Dawodu vs Julian Erosa
  • Jamie Pickett vs Denis Tiuliulin
  • Jake Collier vs Chris Barnett
  • Norma Dumont vs Danyelle Wolf
  • Alateng Heili vs Chad Anheliger
  • Elise Reed vs Melissa Martinez

Early preliminary card

  • Darian Weeks vs Yohan Lainesse
  • Trey Ogden vs Daniel Zellhuber
  • Nikolas Motta vs Cameron VanCamp
  • Louis Cosce vs Trevin Giles

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