Two top UFC bantamweight contenders will be squaring off at UFC 250 in Las Vegas.
Aljamain Sterling (18-3-0), currently ranked No. 2, and Cory Sandhagen (12-1-0) will meet in the octagon with the winner remaining in the title shot conversation for the championship, recently vacated by the retirement of Henry Cejudo.
Sterling, 30, is currently enjoying a four fight win streak, including a decision win over Pedro Munoz in his last bout at UFC 238 last June.
— Aljamain Sterling (@funkmasterMMA) May 22, 2020
Since debuting in the UFC in January 2018, all Sandhagen, 28, has done is go undefeated in five bouts in the octagon. His last win was a decision over Raphael Assuncao at UFC 241 in August 2019. His once broken thumb seems to have completely healed, in no small part from getting his hand raised.
UFC 250 is scheduled for June 6 at the UFC APEX in Las Vegas. Current bouts include:
AMANDA NUNES (19-4-0) vs. FELICIA SPENCER (8-1-0)
NEIL MAGNY (22-7-0) VS. ANTHONY ROCCO MARTIN (17-5-0)
SEAN O’MALLEY (11-0-0) VS. EDDIE WINELAND (24-13-1)
CHARLES BYRD (10-6-0) VS. MAKI PITOLO (12-5-0)
ALJAMAIN STERLING (18-3-0) VS. CORY SANDHAGEN (12-1-0)
ALEX CACERES (15-12-0, 1NC) VS. CHASE HOOPER (9-0-1)
BRIAN KELLEHER (21-10-0) VS. CODY STAMMAN (18-2-1)
RAPHAEL ASSUNCAO (27-7-0) VS. CODY GARBRANDT (11-3-0)
JUSSIER FORMAGA (23-7-0) VS. ALEX PEREZ (23-5-0)
IAN HEINISCH (13-3-0) VS. GERALD MEERSCHAERT (30-12-0)
DEVIN CLARK (11-4-0) VS. ALONZO MENIFIELD (9-0-0)