A flyweight division attraction is the latest addition to the upcoming UFC 210 card as Jenel Lausa will be in action against Magomed Bibulatov.
Lausa (7-2-0) is currently undefeated under the UFC banner, having defeated Zhikui Yao by unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night 101 last year. Lausa is also the former Pacifix Xtreme Combat Flyweight Champion, he defeated Crisanto Pitpitunge at PXC 51 in 2016 to win the gold, he relinquished it upon signing with the UFC later in the year. Lausa will be entering the fight riding a five fight winning streak and hasn’t suffered a defeat in just over three years.
Bibulatov (13-0-0) will be making his UFC debut in this fight and his undefeated streak as a pro has lasted for nearly four years. Bibulatov is the former and the first ever World Series Of Fighting Flyweight Champion, although he never defended the title after winning it, the promotion hasn’t crowned a champion since he relinquished the gold. Bibulatov won the 2016 World Fighting Championships Akhmat Flyweight Grand Prix, defeating Yunus Evloev in the finals.
UFC 210 takes place on Saturday, April 8 from the KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York with Daniel Cormier and Anthony Johnson headlining the card.