A pair of fights have been added to the upcoming UFC Fight Night 114 card as #10 Dustin Ortiz faces Hector Sandoval and Martin Bravo faces Chris Gruetzemacher.
Ortiz (16-7-0) has won just one of his last four fights in the UFC, with that lone win coming over Zach Makovsky at UFC 206. Ortiz has a record of 2-4-0 at “Fight Night” events and it has been almost two years since the last time he won a fight on such a card.
Sandoval (14-3-0) is going to enter the fight riding a two fight winning streak, with those wins coming over Matt Schnell and Fredy Serrano. Sandoval is a former Tachi Palace Fights Flyweight Champion, having defeated Ryan Hollis to win the gold in August 2014.
Bravo (11-0-0) has already competed once under the UFC banner, having defeated Claudio Puelles at UFC Fight Night 98. Bravo has only seen two of his eleven professional MMA fights go the distance and it has been almost two years since one of his fights went to the judge’s scorecards.
Gruetzemacher (13-2-0) has won just one of two fights in the UFC, defeating Abner Lloveras and suffering a defeat to Chas Skelly. Gruetzemacher also competed on the UFC Ultimate Fighter 22, where he was eliminated in the quarterfinals by Artem Lobov.
UFC Fight Night 114 takes place on Saturday, August 5 from the Mexico City Arena in Mexico City, Mexico with Sergio Pettis and Brandon Moreno headlining. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which airs live on Fox Sports 1.
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