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UFC Fight Night 181 Anderson Silva Vs. Uriah Hall Fight Card: Prediction & Preview, Date & Location, Odds, Start Time

UFC Fight Night 181 Anderson Silva Vs. Uriah Hall Fight Card: Prediction & Preview, Date & Location, Odds, Start Time

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UFC Fight Night 181 is set to take place on October 31, 2020, at the UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

A middleweight bout between former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva and Uriah Hall has been targeted for the event and is expected to serve as the headliner.

The pairing was initially scheduled to meet at UFC 198 in May 2016. However, Silva pulled out due to acute cholecystitis, which required a cholecystectomy. A middleweight bout between Wellington Turman and Sean Strickland was expected to take place at the event.

However, on September 29, Turman pulled out due to COVID-19 sequelae that enabled him from training after his two-week quarantine ended on September 24. There is no information regarding a possible replacement at the moment.

UFC Fight Night 181 Fight Card:

Middleweight Bout: Uriah Hall vs. Anderson Silva

Featherweight Bout: Andre Fili vs. Bryce Mitchell

Middleweight Bout: Kevin Holland vs. Charlie Ontiveros

Heavyweight Bout: Maurice Greene vs. Greg Hardy

Lightweight Bout: Bobby Green vs. Thiago Moisés

Preliminary card (ESPN+)

Lightweight Bout: Chris Gruetzemacher vs. Alexander Hernandez

Bantamweight Bout: Adrian Yanez vs. Victor Rodriguez

Middleweight Bout: Sean Strickland vs. Jack Marshman

Welterweight Bout: Cole Williams vs. Jason Witt

Light Heavyweight Bout: Dustin Jacoby vs. Justin Ledet

Bantamweight Bout: Miles Johns vs. Kevin Natividad

Due to injury, Aaron Phillips has been removed from his bantamweight bout with Dana White’s Contender Series signee Adrian Yanez. Replacing Phillips will be UFC newcomer Victor Rodriguez, who has won all of his bouts by knockout and makes his UFC debut riding a four fight win streak.

Additionally, due to a positive COVID-19 test, Makhmud Muradov has been removed from his middleweight bout with Kevin Holland. Replacing Muradov will be UFC newcomer Charlie Ontiveros, who makes his UFC debut riding a two-fight win streak with both of those victories coming by first-round knockout.

Update: Due to weight management issues with Priscila Cachoeira, her bout against Cortney Casey has been canceled from tomorrow’s event.

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