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UFC veteran Paul Craig ready to make Middleweight debut

In preparation for his upcoming middleweight debut, UFC veteran Paul Craig is not wasting any time in challenging himself.

After losing to Johnny Walker at UFC 283, Craig decided to switch to 185 pounds. On July 22 at UFC London, he'll take on André Muniz just a few short months after his defeat.

For the first time in his professional career, Craig will compete at middleweight. He has consistently competed in the light heavyweight category of the UFC, defeating rivals like Shogun Rua and Jamahal Hill.

In November 2015, Craig won the BAMMA light heavyweight championship before joining the UFC. Since joining the UFC, he has achieved many victories and losses.

Muniz, a formidable middleweight opponent, will test Craig. Before losing to Brendan Allen in February, he went on a nine-fight winning streak that included victories over Ronaldo Souza and Uriah Hall.

In the Craig vs. Muniz fight, two of the best grapplers in the UFC square off. If the fight proceeds to the ground, fans should expect an intense battle.

Tom Aspinall and Marcin Tybura's heavyweight fight is the main event of UFC London.


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