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CALIFORNIA — Seven Team Iridium fighters are back in action in the UFC's Octagon on Saturday at UFC Apex in Las Vegas.


Former world title challenger Tim Elliott hunts for his third UFC victory against newly signed Brandon Royval, who enters the Octagon after winning the LFA flyweight championship in his most recent bout.


Chris "El Guapo" Gutierrez looks for a third straight Octagon victory when he meets challenger Vince "Vandetta" Morales, who's trying to even his UFC record to 2-2.


Casey Kenney tries to rebound from his first UFC defeat, and improve to 3-1 in the Octagon, when he fights former headliner Louis Smolka, who's hunting for his eighth UFC win.


Last but certainly not least, DWCS alum Roosevelt "The Predator" Roberts tries to climb to 4-1 in the Octagon against Brok Weaver.


Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 75 fighters in the UFC, Bellator and ProFightLeague. Iridium's team of agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives.



CALIFORNIA — Red-hot Brent Primus is back in action next Sunday at Submission Underground 14 in his native Oregon.


The Team Iridium stud is taking a slight detour in his journey to reclaiming the Bellator MMA lightweight championship when he takes on UFC vet Jake Shields in a professional grappling match on UFC Fight Pass.


"I can't wait to get out there on the mat and compete again, man. I'm excited to put on a show for the fans at home and test my skills against another super high-level athlete," says Brent, who's widely regarded as one of the top lightweight contenders in the world.


"This is going to be a lot of fun."


Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 75 fighters in the UFC, Bellator and ProFightLeague. Iridium's team of agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives.



CALIFORNIA — Cody Stamann is thankful to be more equipped than most to deal with the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis.


"My job is so unique in that you never really know what's going to happen next. For example, you can be doing great and winning fights, but then you're injured and you're on the sideline recovering for a year. There's so much that can happen, so you really have to be level-headed and be able to handle your emotions," the star Team Iridium bantamweight says.


Still, Cody can't help but feel for those who have been more affected by the pandemic.


"A lot of people are really struggling because of this, whether they've gotten sick or know someone who has, or had their livelihood affected," he says, "and that can weigh heavily on you."


Cody has done his best to make good use of his time on the sideline — working out, enjoying time outdoors and of course Netflix. But the UFC's No. 11-ranked bantamweight is more eager than ever to step back into the Octagon and continue his pursuit of a fifth UFC win.


"I can't speak for anyone else, but what I want to do is go in there and compete," Cody says. "I've said it before; I don't care who it is. I'll fight any bantamweight in the UFC. I'm feeling so sharp that it doesn't matter who the opponent is."


Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 75 fighters in the UFC, Bellator and ProFightLeague. Iridium's team of agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives.

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