Sydney, Australia: Alves vs. Kampmann
The UFC introduced the lighter weight classes recently and they have been received with great enthusiasm. The speed, technique and athleticism of 145 lb. and 135 lb. fighters is amazing. Now, it is the flyweight fighters chance to shine. These 125 lb. warriors are ready to blaze ahead, but they need a champion. The UFC has decided to take four of the greatest flyweight fighters and have a tournament. Ian ‘Uncle Creepy’ McCall was one of the first fighters tapped to enter the tournament. With a mixed run in the WEC’s Bantamweight division, McCall decided to head down to a more natural weight of 125 lbs. This proved to be the best decision of his life. He is undefeated in the flyweight division and is ranked #1 by many pundits. McCall is explosive, determined and always willing to engage. Ian has held championships in other organizations, but when the UFC taps you on the shoulder, you know it is time to go to the big show. ‘Uncle Creepy’ has a tough test ahead of him when he takes on Demetrious ‘Mighty Mouse’ Johnson. Ian has proven that he can hang with the best in the world and will look to prove that he belongs at the top. This will be the first step in the journey towards UFC gold. Hayabusa is excited to partner with Ian ‘Uncle Creepy’ McCall and wishes him the best of luck in his journey towards a coveted UFC championship.
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