Team Iridium Preview for UFC Las Vegas
Updated: Mar 6
LAS VEGAS — Five Iridium Sports Agency clients are back in action at UFC Las Vegas on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Mario Bautista goes for his fourth straight/sixth overall UFC victory against Guido Cannetti in bantamweight action. Mario’s 11-2 record includes five submissions, three knockouts and three $50,000 Performance Bonuses.
Josh “The Big Yinz” Fremd hunts for his first UFC win as he meets Sedriques Dumas in the middleweight division. Josh is 9-4 (four knockouts, three submissions).
“Dangerous” Davey Grant eyes his second straight/sixth overall UFC victory against Raphael Assunção in bantamweight action. The TUF 18 runner-up’s 12-6 record comprises six submissions and four knockouts. He has earned a Performance Bonus in four of his past five appearances in the Octagon.
Jonathan “Dragon” Martinez looks to enter the UFC’s Top 15 rankings as he meets Said Nurmagomedov, the No. 14-ranked bantamweight in the UFC. A victory Saturday will be Jonathan’s fifth straight/ninth overall win in the Octagon. His 17-4 record includes eight knockouts, two submissions and a pair of Performance Bonuses.
Tyson Nam, the UFC's No. 15-ranked flyweight, enters the Octagon in pursuit of his second straight/fourth overall UFC victory at the expense of Bruno Silva. Tyson’s 21-12-1 comprises 13 knockouts and a submission. All of his UFC victories have come by KO, and he earned his first Performance Bonus in his most recent bout.
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 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 ProFightLeague, 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.