UFC Vegas 67 Fight Card, Imavov vs Strickland

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The UFC Vegas 67 fight card Imavov vs Strickland is on deck for fight fans this Saturday, January 14th from the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, NV. The prelims will kick off at 3:00 pm CST and the main card will air at 6:00 pm CST. The event is headlined by Nassourdine Imavov #12 vs Kelvin Gastelum #13 (now #7 Sean Strickland) in the middleweight division. The co-main event features Dan Ige #13 vs Damon Jackson in the featherweight division.

Main Event

The French fighter, Nassourdine Imavov (12-3-0) is working off of 3 straight wins. His most recent win came at the expense of Joaquin Buckley via a unanimous decision victory. Looking to cement himself as a true contender in the division, Imavov looks to increase his win streak. With 7 first round finishes under his belt, he could prove to be a real problem for anyone in the division.



The American fighter (and second half of this main card), Kelvin Gastelum (17-8-0), is attempting to push back into the win column after a couple of straight decision losses. Most recently, Gastelum lost a decision to Jared Cannonier, in August of last year. With 7 knockouts on his record, Gastelum looks to make problems for the French fighter in Vegas this Saturday.

(updated 1/11/2023) – Gastelum is out due to a mouth injury and Sean Strickland is stepping in on short notice. Strickland is in a small group of fighters to headline back to back UFC cards. Strickland is coming off of 2 losses which include a KO loss to the current middleweight UFC champion Alex Pereira and a controversial decision loss to Jared Cannonier.

Co-Main Event

In the co-main event, Dan Ige (15-6-0) vs Damon Jackson (22-4-1), these two featherweights meet at a critical impass for both fighters. Dan Ige is desperate to get into the win column after losing three straight. Meanwhile, Damon Jackson looks to continue to climb the ranks as he is looking to make Dan Ige his fifth straight win to propel him greater heights. The pressure is on for both of these fighters to make a statement in the division.

In lieu of any UFC promotional videos of UFC Vegas 67, we have included a special 30 year anniversary of the UFC, with their Changing the Game Since 1993 video. It was another amazing year for MMA fans. Belts changed hands and some real moments that will live on in infamy from 2022. Below the video is the UFC Vegas 67 fight card in its entirety.

UFC Vegas 67 Fight Card, Imavov vs Strickland

Main Card (Airing on ESPN+ at 6PM CST)

Nassourdine Imavov #12 (12-3-0), (-115) vs Sean Strickland #7 (25-5-0), (-105) – middleweight bout

Dan Ige #13 (15-6-0), (-115) vs Damon Jackson (22-4-1), (-105) – featherweight bout

Punahele Soriano (9-2-0), (-170) Roman Kopylov (9-2-0), (+145) – middleweight bout

Ketlen Vieira #2 (13-2-0), () vs Raquel Pennington #5 (14-9-0), () – women’s bantamweight bout

Umar Nurmagomedov #11 (15-0-0), () vs Raoni Barcelos (17-3-0), () – bantamweight bout

Prelims (Airing on ESPN+ at 3:00PM CST)

Claudio Ribeiro (10-2-0), () vs Abdul Razak Alhassan (11-5-0), () – middleweight bout

Mateusz Rebecki (16-1-0), () vs Nick Fiore (6-0-0), () – lightweight bout

Javid Basharat (13-0-0), () vs Mateus Mendonca (10-0-0), () – bantamweight bout

Allan Nascimento (19-6-0), () vs Carlos Hernandez (8-1-0), () – flyweight bout

Isaac Dulgarian (5-0-0), () vs Daniel Argueta (8-1-0), () – featherweight bout

Charles Johnson (12-3-0), () vs Jimmy Flick (16-5-0), () – flyweight bout

Priscila Cachoeira (12-4-0), () vs Sijara Eubanks (8-7-0), () – women’s flyweight bout

That wraps it up for the UFC Vegas 67 Fight Card, Imavov vs Strickland. If you enjoyed this article and want to see more of our UFC News, follow the link and check back with us for the upcoming UFC Vegas 67 weigh ins this Friday. In the meantime, get ready for the first UFC event of the year on January 14, 2022 happening live from Las Vegas, NV.

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