UFC Fight Night Mexico – Brandon Moreno vs Sergio Pettis

A new age of RDX Sports begins with UFC Fight Night 114 where 4 of our ambassadors are fighting tomorrow on the same card, Saturday 5th of August, 2017 in the Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City.

Unfortunately, two are fighting each other, Bandenay VS Bravo, and we obviously wish both to be winners – but as we all know, combat is a merciless sport, and only one will come out the victor.

Either way, they will receive tons of love from us win or lose.

Don’t know if fans understand the importance of this card because Rashad Evans – ex-UFC LHW Champion and legend of the sport will be on the main card for this fight, and the person headlining the event will be none other than RDX’s Brand Ambassador Brandon Moreno.

Brandon Moreno VS Sergio Pettis

Brandon ‘The Assassin Baby’ Moreno stole the show in the recent UFC Fight Night 114 media day, as he basked in the lime light making funny facial expressions.

One could say he won the popularity contest, to say the least, and is also the fan favorite as he goes in to face a dangerous, hungry and skilled opponent in Sergio Pettis (15-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC), brother of ex-lightweight UFC Champ Anthony Pettis.

Rest assured win or lose, Brandon Moreno is going to come out smiling as he usually does.

Brandon Moreno (14-3 MMA, 3-0 UFC) has won 14 out of the total 17 official fights in UFC and currently ranks as #7 on UFC Flyweight roaster, winning his last bout via head kick to submission VS Dustin Ortiz.

If the 23-year-old Brandon Moreno wins this fight he may be propelled in line for the championship against pound-for-pound best in the World, Demetrious Johnson.

Martin Bravo vs Humberto Bandenay

Martin Bravo, (12-0) is a 23-year-old fighter from Mexico and loves to combine wrestling with boxing.

We’ll be seeing him use some interesting techniques in the fight with a bit more experienced, Humberto Bandenay (13-4) who is just 22 years old. He is also on a 5 fight winning streak that he would like to continue.

We’ll be seeing him use some interesting techniques in the fight with a bit more experienced, Humberto Bandenay (13-4) who is just 22 years old. He is also on a 5 fight winning streak that he would like to continue.

Sadly, we’re not rooting for either fighter as both are our Ambassadors.

Fun Fact: UFC fighter, Humberto trains in one of RDX Sports’ partner gyms called the ‘El Dogo Training Center’.

While we grow as a brand, Humberto and everyone in the training center grows as well. With the finest gear to training details, RDX Sports takes care of everything.

Here is all you can find out about our gym partnership details.

Jose Quinonez vs Diego Rivas

Our fourth Ambassador, Jose ‘Teco’ Quinonez is fighting Diego Rivas.

The ‘Teco has a 6-2-0 record in UFC with an interesting competitor who has won 7 out of 7 fights. Teco is a 27-year-old fighter on a two fight win streak and is a fan favourite going into the fight.

New UFC Announcer Todd Grisham will sit with former WEC light heavyweight champion and UFC veteran Brian Stann as they call the fights cage side.

This Fight Night is the 5th event of UFC in Mexico and is covered by many international and national media.

What a time for RDX Sports to be associated with these Class A gentlemen, athletes, and warriors. We wish nothing but the best for them. We want YOU, the reader to tell us who you think is going to make the best match-up. Check out the card.

Main Card

(14-3-0) Brandon Moreno Vs Sergio Pettis (15-2-0)

(9-1-0) Alexa Grasso vs. Randa Markos (7-4-0)

(15-5-0) Alan Jouban vs. Niko Price (10-0-0)

(13-4-0) Humberto Bandenay vs. Martin Bravo (11-0-0)

(30-9-0) Sam Alvey vs. Rashad Evans (19-6-1)

(17-6-1) Alejandro Perez vs. Andre Soukhamthath (11-4-0)

Preliminary Card

(15-3-0) Jack Hermansson vs. Bradley Scott (11-4-0)

(16-7-0) Dustin Ortiz vs. Hector Sandoval (14-3-0)

(16-6-1) Henry Briones vs. Rani Yahya (23-9-0)

(5-2-0) Jose Quinonez vs. Diego Rivas (7-0-0)

(8-0-0) Joseph Morales vs. Roberto Sanchez (7-0-0)

(9-4-0) Alvaro Herrera vs. Jordan Rinaldi (12-5-0)

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