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MMA Junkie on Thursday, Miller (32-16, 1 NC) will be taking on
Motta (12-3) at the upcoming
UFC Fight Night card on Sept. 18. The event will go down inside
the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. Miller, a 37-fight veteran with the
promotion, will be part of the match with the largest difference in
UFC bouts in organizational history. Motta has since confirmed this
lightweight matchup on his Instagram.
Miller’s appearance will be his 38th, breaking a tie held with
former foe Donald
Cerrone for the most of all time. “A-10” finds himself on his
first losing streak since 2018, with back-to-back unanimous
decision defeats to Vinc Pichel
Solecki slowing him down. A finisher by trade, each of his wins
dating back to 2016 have come by first-round submission.
Motta punched his ticket to the promotion with a victorious
performance on Season 4 of Dana White’s Contender Series, where the
Brazilian captured a decision verdict over Joseph
Lowry. Unlike his opponent, the man known as “Iron Motta” has
never notched a submission, with two-thirds of his wins coming from
The UFC Fight Night card on Sept. 18 will be held at the UFC Apex
in Las Vegas, with a headliner pitting Anthony
Smith against Ryan Spann at
light heavyweight. Additional noteworthy matchups on the card
include a flyweight tilt between Erin
Blanchfield and the
recently funded Sarah Alpar,
as well as a light heavyweight clash between Ion
Cutelaba and Devin
Jim Miller Welcomes Nikolas Motta to the Octagon on Sept. 18
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