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On Wednesday afternoon, a featherweight shootout between Dennis Siver (Pictured) and Cub Swanson was added to the “UFC on FUEL TV: Barao vs. McDonald” lineup.
Not only that, the 145-pounders will co-headline the February 16th gig.
Siver is just four days removed from his landslide unanimous decision victory over Nam Phan. The German is unbeaten in his two featherweight fights and has won six of his last seven overall.
Swanson will be riding a three-bout winning streak into the pivotal scrap. He was most recently seen putting Charles Oliveira to sleep at UFC 152.
FUEL TV will broadcast the main card live in North America. The UFC’s Facebook page and/or FX will offer a live look at the prelims.
Historic Wembley Arena in London hosts the festivities.
Here are the athletes expected to perform across the pond:
Andy Ogle vs. Josh Grispi
Phil Harris vs. Ulysses Gomez
Vaughan Lee vs. Motonobu Tezuka
Terry Etim vs. Renee Forte
Paul Sass vs. Danny Castillo
Che Mills vs. Matt Riddle
Jimi Manuwa vs. Cyrille Diabate
Cub Swanson vs. Dennis Siver
Michael McDonald vs. Renan Barao (UFC interim bantamweight champion)
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A high profile featherweight clash between Dennis Siver and Cub Swanson has been booked as the co-main event for UFC on FUEL TV 7 on February 16th.
UFC on FUEL TV 7, aka UFC London, takes place from the historic Wembley Arena. The event is headlined by interim bantamweight champion Renan Barao taking on Michael McDonald.
Siver (21-8) is fresh off an impressively one-sided unanimous...
UFC officials announced today that a featherweight bout between Dennis Siver and Cub Swanson has been added to UFC on FUEL 7. Officials also announced that the bout will serve as the co-main event for UFC on FUEL 7. UFC on FUEL 7 takes place Feb. 16 at Wembley Arena in London, England. The event will
A featherweight bout between two of the divisions most feared strikers is set for UFC on FUEL TV 7 in London, England as Dennis Siver will take on Cub Swanson.
ESPN first reported news of the bout and the UFC confirmed it on the UK Twitter account.
Siver (21-8) absolutely obliterated Nam Phan at UFC on FOX 5 this past Saturday. He is taking no time to rest, as he’s looking to climb...