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Dana White Asked Which Four UFC Fights He Is Most Excited For In 2020

Dana White Asked Which Four UFC Fights He Is Most Excited For In 2020

UFC president Dana White has revealed Daniel Cormier vs Stipe Miocic and Justin Gaethje vs Khabib Nurmagomedov are amongst the four fights he is most excited to see.

White's organisation has continued to push forward with UFC PPVs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

And UFC has plenty of MMA mega-fights that could take place before the end of 2020.

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During an appearance on TSN, Aaron Bronsteter asked White to name a single fight he is most excited for from UFC's schedule.

However, the UFC chief had a hard time picking one and instead named his top four picks for UFC fights to watch in 2020.

White explained: "Out of all the fights that we have scheduled, what one do I want to watch? I only get to pick one? That's not fair!

"I can't wait to see the trilogy with Miocic, but also I want to see [Brian] Ortega vs the 'Zombie' [Chan Sung Jung].

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"I also want to see Khabib and Gaethje, and I also want to see [Israel] Adesanya vs Paulo Costa. So there's your answer."

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UFC middleweight champ Israel Adesanya will defend his title against Paulo Costa at UFC 253 on 19th September.

White confirmed in May that UFC had the Ortega vs Sung Jung fight 'in the works.'

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The UFC president said at the time: "You know how I just went out and said for the Ferguson fight against Gaethje, I said, 'I absolutely, positively guarantee you that this fight will be great.'

"That's the same thing with Brian Ortega versus the 'Korean Zombie.' There's no way that fight is boring."

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Topics: Khabib Nurmagomedov, Paulo Costa, Stipe Miocic, Daniel Cormier, Justin Gaethje, UFC News, MMA News, UFC, MMA, Dana White, Israel Adesanya

Adnan Riaz

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