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Rekindling the Fire: Reyes vs. Ulberg Rescheduled for UFC Atlantic City



In a bout that promises fireworks, light heavyweights Dominick Reyes and Carlos Ulberg are set to go toe-to-toe once again as their highly-anticipated clash gets an official reschedule for UFC Atlantic City on March 30. The fight, initially slated for UFC 297 on Jan. 20, had to be postponed due to an injury suffered by Ulberg.


Dominick Reyes (12-4), a Californian powerhouse, is on a mission to reclaim his former glory after facing a string of setbacks, including a controversial title loss to Jon Jones in 2020. Reyes, known for his devastating striking, looks to bounce back from his recent knockout losses against Jan Blachowicz, Jiri Prochazka, and Ryan Spann.


Carlos Ulberg (9-1), the promising talent hailing from New Zealand, brings a five-fight UFC win streak to the octagon. With impressive stoppage victories over formidable opponents, including Tafon Nchukwi and Nicolae Negumereanu, Ulberg looks to continue his ascent in the light heavyweight division. Notably, he is a training partner of former two-time UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya at City Kickboxing.


The clash between Reyes and Ulberg has fight fans eagerly anticipating a battle of striking prowess and knockout potential. With both fighters hungry for victory, the rescheduled matchup adds an extra layer of intensity to UFC Atlantic City.


As the two warriors prepare to collide at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the stage is set for a light heavyweight showdown that could shape the future of the division. 

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