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Dustin Poirier vs Benoit Saint-Denis: CO-Main event of UFC 299 in which experience and youth will compete

UFC 299 Miami: O’Malley vs. Vera in main event showdown.

Dustin Poirier set to take on Benoit Saint-Denis in high-stakes lightweight bout

Dustin Poirier vs Benoit Saint-Denis: On Saturday, UFC returns to the United States at UFA 299 Miami, in the main event of which Sean O’Malley will face Marlon Vera, while the second and co-main event will be between Dustin Poirier and Benoit Saint-Denis.

This match is going to be held in the lightweight division. If Dustin Poirier wins this match, then he will find himself one step behind the title in the lightweight division. This match can take him closer to winning the title.

Dustin Poirier UFC veteran with 22 wins, 2 wins against McGregor

Benoit St. Denis is a new rising star in the UFC world who started his UFC career in 2021. Benoit Saint-Denis fought the first fight of his life against Elijeu Zaleski dos Santos in which he had to face defeat. But since then St. Denis made a comeback and has fought six matches so far, out of which they have won 5.

On the other hand, Dustin Poirier, who has no dearth of experience, has so far fought 31 matches in the world of UFC, out of which he has won 22 matches and has faced defeat in 9 matches. If we look at his recent record, he has fought in the last five matches. Out of the matches, he has won 3 and has faced defeat in 2 of which his last defeat came against Justin Gaethje. He has defeated Conor McGregor twice in a row. Dustin Poirier started his career in 2010 with a loss against Dany Castillo.

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Poirier’s performance dictates; Every fight could be the last

Dustin Poirier said in the pre-press conference, “A lot depends on how I play. If it is a big final, then I believe that I am a few steps away from winning the title match with a great performance, but this ship “It’s up to me whether it leads me to victory or defeat. I don’t think too much about this fight because it’s not Saturday yet. On Sunday we’ll actually see where we are and what’s next.”

When Dustin Poirier was asked if this was going to be his last fight, he replied, “I’ve been hearing people say that this is going to be Poirier’s last fight. I said, ‘Any fight could be my last fight.’ In which there can be victory or defeat.

Main CardOdds
Sean O’Malley vs. Marlon Vera-258/+210
Dustin Poirier vs. Benoit Saint-Denis+160/-192
Kevin Holland vs. Michael Page-135/+114
Gilbert Burns vs. Jack Della Maddalena+136/-162
Petr Yan vs. Yadong Song-115/-105
Preliminary CardOdds
Curtis Blaydes vs. Jailton Almeida-108/-112
Katlyn Chookagian vs. Maycee Barber+170/-205
Mateusz Gamrot vs. Rafael dos Anjos-455/+350
Pedro Munhoz vs. Kyler Phillips+195/-238
Ion Cutelaba vs. Philipe Lins-135/+114
Michel Pereira vs. Michal Oleksiejczuk-142/+120
Robelis Despaigne vs. Josh Parisian-345/+250
CJ Vergara vs. Assu Almabaev+400/-535
Joanne Wood vs. Maryna Moroz+185/-225
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