Amir Albazi, Kai Kara-France set for flyweight clash at UFC’s June 3 event

Flyweight bout between Amir Albazi And Kai Kara-France is the first addition to the new UFC event date in June.

Albasi announced (16-1 MMA, 4-0 UFC) through his social networks On Monday, he revealed that he was scheduled to fight Cara France (24-10 MMA, 7-3 UFC) in a key 125-pound bout on the UFC fight card on June 3. Subsequently, MMA Junkie verified the match with a person close to the situation, who asked not to be named as the promotion had yet to make an official announcement.

The event does not currently have an announced location or venue.

Albazi, #10 in latest USA TODAY Sports/MMA Junkie rankings flyweight rating, came out of the gate strong during his time in the UFC, winning all four fights inside the octagon with three finishes. He’s leaving knockout in the second round Alessandro Costa at UFC Fight Night 216 in December.

The 29-year-old got his chance to make a big push against 4th-placed Cara France, who hasn’t fought since. does not match provisional title vs. Brandon Moreno at UFC 277 in July. The 29-year-old Cara France won three matches in a row before losing to Moreno, who became the undisputed champion after beating Deiveson Figueiredo in a historic fourth match in January.


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The story originally appeared on MMA Junkie.


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