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UFC returns to PPV this weekend with its latest offering that features a pair of title fights. The promotion heads around the globe to Singapore, where the Octagon will touch down in Kallang and feature title fights in both the light heavyweight and women's flyweight divisions. Light heavyweight king Glover Teixeira will welcome his first challenger to the throne when he battles knockout artist Jiri Prochazka.

Teixeira, 42, will look to continue his amazing career renaissance against the all-action star from the Czech Republic. The Brazilian champion has won six straight fights to reach this point, including a submission of Jan Blachowicz to claim the title last year. Prochazka, meanwhile, will make just his third walk to the Octagon after dispatching of both Volkan Oezdemir and Dominick Reyes with violent TKOs. Prochazka has won 12 straight bouts with his last defeat coming on New Year's Eve 2015.

UFC 275 Match info

  • Date:June 11
  • Location:Singapore Indoor Stadium -- Kallang, Singapore
  • Start time: 10 p.m. ET (Main card) 

Glover Teixeira (33-7 MMA, 16-5 UFC)

Staple info:

Height: 6’2″ Age: 42 Weight: 205 lbs. Reach: 76″

Last fight: Submission win over Jan Blachowicz (Oct. 30, 2021)

Camp: Teixeira MMA/Glover’s Garage (Danbury, CT)

Stance/striking style: Orthodox/kickboxing

Risk management: Good

Supplemental info:

+ UFC light heavyweight champion

+ Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt

+ 18 KO victories

+ 10 submission wins

+ 19 first-round finishes

+ KO power

+ Solid boxing technique

^ Accurate right cross and left hook

+ Good economy of movement

^ Rarely throws self out of position

+ Underrated wrestling ability

^ Works well from single-leg

+ Excellent transitional grappler

^ Underhook getups, sweeps and submissions

Jiri Prochazka (28-3-1 MMA, 2-0 UFC)

Staple info:

Height: 6’3″ Age: 29 Weight: 205 lbs. Reach: 80″

Last fight: Knockout win over Dominick Reyes (May 1, 2021)

Camp: Jetsaam Gym BRNO (Czech)

Stance/striking style: Orthodox/kickboxing

Risk management: Fair

Supplemental info:

+ 2x RIZIN FF light heavyweight champion

+ 2x GFC light heavyweight champion

+ Amateur muay Thai accolades

+ 25 KO victories

+ 2 submission wins

+ 23 first-round finishes

+ KO power

+ Sporadic feints and footwork

^ Shifts stances/deceptive distance closer

+ Accurate right hand

^ Coming forward and off the counter

+ Hard kicks and knees

+ Serviceable grappling ability

^ Scrambles hard off the bottom

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