An exciting middleweight matchup has been rebooked for November.
Many individuals with knowledge of the promotion’s programs verified to MMA Fighting that a battle involving Ian Heinisch and Brendan Allen will choose position at the UFC’s party on Nov. 7 subsequent an initial report from MMA DNA. The place and location for the card has nevertheless to be established.
Heinisch earned a UFC agreement in July 2018 with a initially-spherical TKO earn in excess of Justin Sumter on Dana White’s Contender Sequence. “The Hurricane” began his octagon tenure with consecutive selection wins around Cezar Ferreira and Antonio Carlos Junior, right before dropping two straight to Derek Brunson and Omari Akhmedov. Heinisch got again in the get column with a very first-round TKO acquire of Gerald Meerschaert at UFC 250.
Allen also attained a agreement on the Contender Collection with a initially-spherical end and has gotten off to a large begin in his UFC run. “All In” picked up a next-spherical submission win more than Kevin Holland at UFC Boston this past Oct, and followed it up with an opening-round TKO of Tom Breese at UFC Norfolk.
The 24-calendar year-outdated was originally scheduled to deal with Heinisch at UFC on ESPN 12 in June, but his opponent was compelled to withdraw for undisclosed explanations. Allen stayed on the card and improved to 3- within the octagon with a hard fought unanimous selection nod over newcomer Kyle Daukaus.