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Contender Stories: Benito Lopez





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Fearless Team Alpha Male bantamweight Benito Lopez earned a UFC contract on Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series. Go behind the scenes and inside the Octagon for that memorable fight, then visit Lopez at home in Sacramento as his team and family rally around the up-and-comer.

Lopez takes on Albert Morales on the UFC Fight Night main card on Saturday, December 9. See Episode 7 and all of the fights from Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series on UFC Fight Pass.

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37 thoughts on “Contender Stories: Benito Lopez”

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  2. UFC are prolific. As a lifelong boxing fan, it's clear that they are taking the fight game over and have been for a while. However, I've only seen limited mention of the Ali act, fighter pay, and the promotional lock-in and command the UFC have over the guys that fight there. That Reebok deal is tyrannical for instance….. That's in the vein of the stuff boxing had to reform from, and maybe it hurt the boxing game as a whole, but it certainly didn't hurt the fighters. Especially not financially. But at what cost? That is the balance to be struck. Fighter worth against what is best for us fans as paying customers. Nobody fights each other in boxing anymore, although that has been changing lately. Largely coz of UFC. UFC always seems to be best v best and as loathe as I am to admit it, there are far less boring fights than in boxing, whatever the purists of pugilism say. I will be keen to see how things go for the UFC over the next few years as the company goes even more mainstream. Fighters are getting smart though. Look at McGregor.

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