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UFC on ESPN 52: Dariush vs. Tsarukyan (also known as UFC Austin) is an upcoming mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that will take place on December 2, 2023, at the Moody Center in Austin, Texas, United States.

Fight card

Main Card (ESPN / ESPN+)


Lightweight Beneil Dariush vs. Arman Tsarukyan
Lightweight Jalin Turner vs. Bobby Green
Bantamweight Rob Font vs. Deiveson Figueiredo
Welterweight Sean Brady vs. Kelvin Gastelum
Lightweight Clay Guida vs. Joaquim Silva
Middleweight Punahele Soriano vs. Dustin Stoltzfus


Preliminary card (ESPN+)

Women's Bantamweight Miesha Tate vs. Julia Avila
Middleweight Zach Reese vs. Cody Brundage
Lightweight Drakkar Klose vs. Joe Solecki
Featherweight Steve Garcia vs. Melquizael Costa
Light Heavyweight Rodolfo Bellato vs. Ihor Potieria
Welterweight Wellington Turman vs. Jared Gooden
Women's Flyweight Veronica Hardy vs. Jamey-Lyn Horth



Background

The event will mark the promotion's fifth visit to Austin and first since UFC on ESPN: Kattar vs. Emmett in June 2022.

A lightweight bout between Beneil Dariush and Arman Tsarukyan is expected to headline the event.

A five round lightweight bout between Bobby Green and Dan Hooker was expected take place in the co-main event, which would have marked the third time a non-main event and non-title bout has been scheduled for five rounds. However, the week before the event, Hooker withdrew due to a broken arm and was replaced by Jalin Turner in a three round bout.

A middleweight bout between former UFC Middleweight Championship challenger Jared Cannonier and Roman Dolidze was expected to take place at the event. However, Cannonier suffered a MCL tear in October during training and the bout was cancelled.

A light heavyweight bout between Azamat Murzakanov and Khalil Rountree Jr. was expected to take place at the event. However, Murzakanov was diagnosed with pneumonia and pulled from the event. Rountree was instead matched up with former UFC Light Heavyweight Championship challenger Anthony Smith at UFC Fight Night: Song vs. Gutiérrez a week later.







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Outlining The Action That Is About To Hit The Octagon As The UFC Returns To Austin On Saturday

By E Spencer Kyte, On Twitter: @spencerekyte


“Everything is bigger in Texas!”

While that didn’t necessarily apply to fight cards originally, it does this weekend, as Saturday’s Fight Night event at the Moody Center is absolutely loaded with crucial matchups across multiple divisions and several additional pairings featuring established names, ascending talents, and fighters looking to get things moving in the right direction to close out the year.

It’s an outstanding kickoff to the final month of action inside the Octagon in 2023, and we’re here to set the table for this smorgasbord of cage-fighting awesomeness coming up this weekend.



Main Event: Beneil Dariush vs. Arman Tsarukyan

Beneil Dariush and Arman Tsarukyan collide in the main event in Austin, as the Top 10 lightweights look to solidify their place in the division ahead of the holidays.

Dariush was on the cusp of title contention after besting Mateusz Gamrot last October in Abu Dhabi, but a first-round stoppage loss to Charles Oliveira at UFC 289 in June set him back a step. Now the 34-year-old, who had won eight straight prior to that, returns with visions of getting things moving in the right direction right away.

For Tsarukyan, this is the kind of matchup he’s been seeking for some time — a date with a Top 5 opponent that could carry him into contention if he’s victorious. Though he dropped a close decision to Gamrot three fights back, it didn’t lessen his stock any, and since then, he’s posted dominant efforts against Damir Ismagulov and Joaquim Silva to remind everyone that he’s ready for an opportunity like this one.

Stylistically, this should be all kinds of fun, as both men are excellent grapplers, but perfectly happy exchanging on the feet, as well. There is a great deal at stake here for each man, so expect both Dariush and Tsarukyan to be dialed all the way in and ready to rock from the jump, with this serving as a climatic capstone to a terrific night of action in the Octagon.



Other Main Card Fights



Bobby Green vs. Jalin Turner

Bobby Green issued a challenge to the lightweight division for someone to step up when Dan Hooker was forced out last week, and Jalin Turner answered, setting up what should be an all-action battle in the co-main event.

One of the preeminent “truth machines” in the UFC, Green proved that fact last time out, extending his unbeaten streak to three with a 33-second knockout win over surging prospect Grant Dawson. He’s made 23 starts inside the Octagon, posting 12 victories and five finishes, with two of those coming in his two previous appearances this year, and has faced a veritable who’s who at 155 pounds over the years.

The 28-year-old Turner came into the year on a five-fight winning streak, having registered finishes in each of those outings. He’s dropped back-to-back split decisions to Gamrot and Hooker in fights that were ultra-close and absolutely thrilling, and a bounce-back win over Green on short notice would be an incredible way to reset things to wrap up the year.


Rob Font vs. Deiveson Figueiredo

Bantamweight stalwart Rob Font welcomes former flyweight boss Deiveson Figueiredo to the division in this captivating main card clash.

The New England Cartel representative has spent the last several years stationed in the Top 10, facing off with ranked opposition every time out. Since rattling off victories over Sergio Pettis, Ricky Simon, Marlon Moraes, and Cody Garbrandt, Font has stumbled to a 1-3 record over his last four outings, dropping decisions to Jose Aldo, Marlon Vera and, most recently, Cory Sandhagen, making this a crucial matchup for the Massachusetts native.

Figueiredo touches down in the 135-pound weight class at an interesting time in his career. He turns 36 in a couple weeks and is just 1-2-1 over his last four, though each of those were championship matchups with Brandon Moreno, so it’s hard to knock him too much for faltering in two of those outings.

This is the deepest, most competitive division in the sport and this one feels like a potential referendum on where each man stands at the moment and what the future could hold for both of them, regardless of how things shake out.


Sean Brady vs. Kelvin Gastleum

Sean Brady returns to action for the first time in over a year, welcoming Kelvin Gastelum back to the welterweight division for the first time in more than seven years.

The Philadelphia native Brady is a compact dynamo with solid striking and excellent grappling that has produced a 15-1 record thus far. But that lone setback came last time out against Belal Muhammad at UFC 280 and he’s battled myriad injuries and delays since, making him a massive question mark in the division at the moment.

Gastelum went 6-2 in the 170-pound ranks after winning Season 17 of The Ultimate Fighter, but he struggled to consistently make the divisional limit. After a dozen fights at middleweight where he amassed a 5-6 record with one no contest, the 32-year-old moves back down with designs on immediately re-establishing himself as a contender.


Punahele Soriano vs. Dustin Stoltzfus

Middleweight graduates of Dana White’s Contender Series (DWCS) meet here as Punahele Soriano faces off with Dustin Stoltzfus.

Soriano pushed his record to 8-0 with stoppage victories in each of his first two UFC appearances, but after getting bounced from the ranks of the unbeaten by Brendan Allen, he’s struggled to get back on track, sandwiching a win over Dalcha Lungiambula between two additional setbacks.

Similarly, Stoltzfus touched down in the UFC with a 13-1 record, only to drop three straight before finally collecting his first victory. That was followed by a 19-second loss to Abus Magomedov last fall in Paris, and now the Season 4 alum returns hoping to hand Soriano another loss and pick up his second UFC win.



Preliminary Card Fights



Clay Guida vs. Joaquim Silva

Clay Guida and Joaquim Silva face off in the final preliminary card bout of the evening.

The wildly popular Guida makes his 36th UFC start, entering off a loss to Rafa Garcia and having alternated results through his last six appearances. Silva stepped up on short notice to face Tsarukyan last time out and hurt the headliner in the second round before getting finished in the third. After earning wins in his first three trips into the Octagon, the Brazilian has gone 2-4 since.


Miesha Tate vs. Julia Avila

Miesha Tate and Julia Avila clash here in a bout between returning, ranked bantamweight fighters.

Tate tried a move to the flyweight division last summer, but it didn’t go well, as the weight cut was daunting and she landed on the wrong side of a lopsided decision against Lauren Murphy. Avila returns for the first time since beating Julija Stoliarenko in June 2021 after having her first child in October 2022, looking to build on that effort and a 9-2 record overall.


Zach Reese vs. Cody Brundage

Texas native and recent DWCS grad Zach Reese makes his promotional debut in a showdown with Cody Brundage on Saturday.

Th 29-year-old Reese pushed his record to 6-0 with six first-round finishes with his submission win over Eli Aronov in August, earning a contract and establishing himself as an intriguing new addition to the middleweight division in the process. Brundage has struggled since earning consecutive first-round stoppage wins to begin his 2022 campaign, dropping three straight before registering a DQ win over Jacob Malkoun after getting hit with an illegal elbow to the back of the head last time out.


Drakkar Klose vs. Joe Solecki

Veteran lightweights Drakkar Klose and Joe Solecki share the cage in what should be a competitive clash on Saturday night.

Klose enters on a two-fight winning streak but is competing for the first time in well over a year after suffering an ACL injury prior to a fight with Mark Madsen last October. Solecki has also earned back-to-back wins, pushing his record to 5-1 in the UFC with a Performance of the Night bonus for his submission win over Carl Deaton III in February.


Steve Garcia vs. Melquizael Costa

Steve Garcia and Melquizael Costa face off in a battle in the featherweight division on this weekend’s preliminary card.

Garcia has posted consecutive stoppage wins over Chase Hooper and Shayilan Nuerdanbieke after an uneven three-fight stint at lightweight to begin his UFC tenure. Costa was submitted by Thiago Moises in his short-notice promotional debut at 155 pounds but returned to the win column with a unanimous decision victory over Austin Lingo in his most recent appearance.


Rodolfo Bellato vs. Ihor Potieria

Rodolfo Bellato of Brazil reacts after his TKO victory against Murtaza Talha of Russia in a light heavyweight fight during Dana White's Contender Series season seven, week nine at UFC

It’s an explosive pairing in the light heavyweight division as DWCS grads Rodolfo Bellato and Ihor Potieria collide in Austin.

Bellato scored a second-round stoppage win to earn a contract in his second Contender Series appearance this summer, pushing his record to 11-2, with each of those two setbacks coming against rising star Vitor Petrino. Potieria, who earned his spot on the roster as a member of the Class of ’21, has split a pair of starts this year, stopping Mauricio “Shogun” Rua at UFC 283 in January before getting stopped by Carlos UIberg in May.


Wellington Turman vs. Jared Gooden

Wellington Turman and Jared Gooden cross paths in the welterweight division early in the evening, with each man looking to get back into the win column.

Still just 27, Turman is 3-5 across two divisions inside the Octagon, entering Saturday’s contest after dropping consecutive outings to Andre Petroski and Randy Brown. Gooden went 1-3 over four starts during his initial UFC run and was out-worked by Carlston Harris in his short-notice return to the Octagon in March.


Veronica Hardy vs. Jamey-Lyn Horth

A fascinating flyweight bout opens the show on Saturday, with Veronica Hardy and Jamey-Lyn Horth going head-to-head inside the Octagon.

Hardy ended a three-year hiatus with an impressive decision win over Juliana Miller in March, showcasing improved movement and striking, as well as looking much more comfortable physically in the 125-pound weight class. A champion in both the LFA and BFL prior to arriving in the UFC, Horth pushed her record to 6-0 with a unanimous decision win over Hailey Cowan up a division in her promotional debut at the end of April.

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