UFC on ESPN 6
Where/Venue: TD Garden
Where/Location: Boston, Mass.
When: Friday, October 18, 2019 at 6:00 PM
The UFC heads to Boston, Massachusetts this week for UFC on ESPN 6 from the TD Garden and home of UFC president Dana White.
This fight card is scheduled with 13 bouts, highlighted by the Main Event between undefeated Light-Heavyweight Dominic Reyes 11-0 and former UFC Middleweight Champion, Chris Weidman. This will be Weidman's first fight at Light Heavyweight.
This fight card can be seen exclusively on ESPN 2 and will begin at 6:00 PM on Saturday Evening.
Without any further delay, let’s take a look at the UFC on ESPN 6 Fight Card.
UFC on ESPN 6 Fight Card
- Dominick Reyes vs. Chris Weidman
- Yair Rodriguez vs. Jeremy Stephens
- Greg Hardy vs. Ben Sosoli
- Joe Lauzon vs. Jonathan Pearce
- Maycee Barber vs. Gillian Robertson
- Deron Winn vs. Darren Stewart
- Manny Bermudez vs. Charles Rosa
- Diana Belbita vs. Molly McCann
- Kyle Bochniak vs. Sean Woodson
- Brendan Allen vs. Kevin Holland
- Randy Costa vs. Boston Salmon
- Sean Brady vs. Court McGee
- Daniel Spitz vs. Tanner Boser
Our feature fight for UFC on ESPN 6 is in the Welterweight Division and will be between Court McGee and UFC Newcomer Sean Brady. The fight will take place over 3 rounds of 5 minute action and will be held on the main card of the event.
Court McGee enters this fight with a record of 19 wins and 8 losses. The Ogden, Utah native will be coming in as the loser of 3 of his last 4 fights and a record of 5-7 in his last 12 fights.
In his last fight, he lost a split decision to Dhiego Lima on UFC on ESPN+ 8. McGee has been in the UFC since 2010, when he appeared on The Ultimate Fighter Season 11.
Ironically, the only win that McGee has over a current UFC competitor is Robert Whittaker, which was back in 2013. McGee also has wins over Alex Garcia, Dominique Steele, Marcio Alexandre Jr, Josh Neer, Dongi Yang, Ryan Jansen and Kris McCray, but none of those guys are still a member of the UFC roster.
Undefeated Welterweight Prospect Sean Brady will be making his UFC debut on Friday Night. I have known Brady personally for many years, since he was a amateur, and I can tell you without any question, he is the real deal!
The kid has been waiting for his shot for a long time and now will get the chance to make the most of it, on Friday Night at UFC on ESPN 6. Brady is 10-0 with a win that includes former UFC veteran Colton Smith.
When you look down most UFC guys that are making debuts, their records are normally padded a little bit but when you look at Sean Brady's record, you see nothing but top level prospect's that have fallen prey to Brady. All 10 of his opponents that he has faced, have a winning record and combined, they have a record of 47-18!
This is the start of something special and we are all going to sit back and watch the beginning of Brady's UFC career, which in years to come will be similar to his training partner Paul Felder.
Both Brady and Felder train at Daniel Gracie's gym in Philadelphia, PA and have taken similar paths to get to the UFC. Brady has crisp striking and the wrestling/grappling to control where the fight takes place.
Look for Brady to come out firing early at a equal pace and then ride this one out to a decision victory. We will take Sean Brady to get his first of many UFC wins on Friday Night over veteran Court McGee!