LAS VEGAS – Four Iridium Sports Agency clients are ready to put on a show at UFC 297 on Saturday at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, including Sean “Tarzan” Strickland in the Main Event.
Sean is set to defend his UFC World Middleweight Championship for the first time against rival Dricus Du Plessis. Sean defeated Israel Adesanya to claim the title in his most recent fight at UFC 293 in Sydney, Australia. Sean is hunting for his fourth straight victory and fourth $50,000 Performance Bonus. The former King of the Cage champ's overall record is 28-5 (11 KOs, four submissions). His record in the Octagon is 15-5.
Garrett Armfield hunts for his second straight, first-round finish in the Octagon against Brad Katona in the bantamweight division. The former Fight Alliance Championship titlist is 9-3 with all but one of his victories coming by stoppage (six KOs, two submissions).
Chris "The Action Man" Curtis goes for his fifth UFC victory and fourth Performance Bonus against Marc-André Barriault in their middleweight showdown. Chris, who previously was a champion with CES MMA, is 30-10, 1 NC (15 knockouts, three submissions).
Sean "The Sniper" Woodson looks to improve to 5-1-1 under the UFC banner with a second straight win against Charles Jourdain in featherweight action. The Contender Series alum’s 10-1-1 record is comprised of three KOs and submission.
ABOUT IRIDIUM SPORTS AGENCY
Iridium Sports Agency is a full-service professional management firm for the world’s best combat sports athletes, including UFC World Middleweight Champion Sean Strickland, PFL World Featherweight Champion Jesus Pinedo, former UFC World Flyweight Champion Brandon Moreno and many other athletes in the UFC’s Top 15 rankings. Founded in 2009 by attorney Jason House, Iridium represents more than 100 athletes in the UFC, Bellator and Professional Fighters League, as well as many of the world’s best wrestlers, including reigning Olympic Gold Medalist David Taylor. Iridium's world-wide team of industry-leading agents is devoted to assisting athletes in all aspects of their professional lives, and consistently setting new standards for sports management.