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Vicente Luque Eyes UFC Atlantic City Showdown, Calls for Clash with Sean Brady

In the dynamic landscape of the welterweight division, Vicente Luque, seeking to rebound after a stalled matchup at UFC 296, is actively pursuing a new opponent, setting his sights on a main event clash at UFC Fight Night in Atlantic City.

Luque, a perennial welterweight contender, found himself without an opponent after Ian Garry withdrew due to pneumonia, leaving him sidelined at the final UFC event of 2023. Despite Dana White's assertion of declined fight offers without specifying details, the Brazilian fighter remains undeterred and now sets his sights on a potential showdown against Sean Brady (16-1) on March 30.

Taking matters into his own hands, Luque initiated a callout on social media, proposing a five-round main event battle against Brady in Atlantic City, igniting speculation and anticipation among MMA enthusiasts and fight aficionados alike.

Brady ranked No. 7 in the UFC's welterweight rankings, has yet to respond to Luque's callout. However, following his recent submission victory over Kelvin Gastelum, he expressed interest in competing in Atlantic City, making the proposed matchup against Luque an enticing prospect.

With both fighters available and aiming for their next challenge, a clash between No. 9-ranked Luque, who showcased his skills with a unanimous decision victory over former UFC champion Rafael dos Anjos in August, and the talented Brady, could potentially set the stage for an enthralling and pivotal battle within the welterweight division.

As the UFC landscape continues to evolve, Luque's proactive approach in seeking a formidable opponent like Brady speaks volumes about his determination to compete at the highest level and solidify his position among the division's elite contenders. 


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