Get ready for an intense battle between Neil Magny and Ian Garry at UFC 292. Find out why Magny is considered a dangerous opponent and how Garry plans to maintain his undefeated record. Plus, get insights on other exciting matchups in this action-packed event.
UFC 292 is set to be an exciting event, and one of the most anticipated matchups is between Neil Magny and Ian Garry. Magny, a veteran in the Octagon, is considered a ‘very dangerous’ opponent by Michael Bisping, a TNT Sports expert. Bisping believes that Garry will face a stern test against Magny, who has a wealth of experience and skills.
The Fight Details
UFC 292 will take place at the TD Garden in Boston on Saturday, August 19. The main card will be broadcasted on TNT Sports from 03:00 UK time on Sunday morning. Garry, an Irish welterweight prospect, was originally scheduled to fight Geoff Neal. However, due to Neal’s injury, Magny has stepped in as a late replacement.
Garry’s Undefeated Record
Ian Garry boasts an impressive undefeated record of 12-0. He has showcased his striking skills and has proven to be an effective striker. Despite the change in opponent, Bisping believes that Garry will stick to his game plan and rely on his striking abilities to secure a victory.
Neil Magny, 36, is no stranger to the Octagon. He is set to make his 31st appearance and has a record of 28-10. While he may not have aspirations of becoming a champion, Magny is determined to win the fight and prove himself as a proud fighter. His versatility and experience make him a formidable opponent.
According to Bisping, Garry should not change his approach despite the change in opponent. He should continue to rely on his striking skills and not attempt to wrestle Magny. Bisping acknowledges that Magny is not a specialist in any particular area but is skilled in various aspects of the fight game. However, Magny’s experience and wear and tear may be factors that Garry can capitalize on.
Zhang Weili vs. Amanda Lemos
In the co-main event of UFC 292 , Zhang Weili will defend her strawweight title against Amanda Lemos. Bisping believes that this matchup is too close to call and will come down to who is hungrier on the night. Both fighters possess well-rounded skills and have the ability to finish the fight in various ways.
Aljamain Sterling vs. Sean O’Malley
Nick Peet, another UFC expert, predicts an intriguing bantamweight title fight between Aljamain Sterling and Sean O’Malley. Peet believes that O’Malley will need to deliver a flawless performance to overcome Sterling, who has established himself as a dominant champion. Sterling’s record of 23-3-0 speaks for itself, and O’Malley will have to be at his best to secure a victory.
Pedro Munhoz vs. Marlon Vera
Peet also highlights the bantamweight clash between Pedro Munhoz and Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera. Both fighters are considered to be at the peak of their powers and have a lot to prove. The outcome of this fight could have implications for a potential title shot, especially if O’Malley emerges victorious in his matchup.