UFC’s next event at Madison Square Garden continues to take form with the latest addition being Johny Hendricks vs. Paulo Borrachinha.
— Johny Hendricks (@JohnyHendricks) June 20, 2017
Hendricks has only won two of his last six fights since losing his UFC welterweight title and in his last bout he lost via TKO against Tim Boetsch.
Borrachinha (10-0) has looked unstoppable since entering the UFC and the Brazilian finished Oluwale Bamgbose and Garreth McLellan in his first appearances inside the Octagon. It’s worthing noting that nine of Borrachinha’s ten wins have come in the first round .
___________________Luta confirmada.______________ Grandes guerreiros sentem prazer no bom combate e não reclinam frente a um grande desafio. Muito admirável a atitude do @johnyhendricks que é um guerreiro honorável. Vamos fazer um grande espetáculo no Madison Square Garden dia 4 de novembro em Nova York! _____________________________________________ #goborrachinha #somostodosborrachinha _____________________________________________ ________________________Fight confirmed____________________ Great warriors take pleasure in the good fight and do not recline in the face of a great challenge. Very admirable the attitude of @johnyhendricks who is an honorable warrior. Let’s make a great show at Madison Square Garden on November 4th in New York! #honor #warriorspirit #ufc217
UFC 217 main event is expected to be led by current middleweight champion Michael Bisping against Georges St-Pierre, who comes out of retirement to step up a weight class to face the British champion.
UFC 217 will take place November 4th at Madison Square Garden in New York City.