Weidman has his sights set on multiple belts, but it all starts in MSG

New York, New York. So nice, they named it twice. But the last time Chris Weidman made the walk to the Octagon at Madison Square Garden, it was a forgettable experience for the former middleweight champion, as he was on the receiving end of a vicious flying knee from Yoel Romero that ended his night 24 seconds into the third round.Yet as he approaches his second visit as a UFC fighter to the “World’s Most Famous Arena,” the Long Islander is still as excited as he’s ever been to compete on such hallowed ground for combat sports. “There’s no question that fi … Read the Full Article Here View full post on UFC News

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