What’s next for UFC 246’s other losing warriors and Donald Cerrone? : Sean Shelby’s Shoes

After each occasion, fans wonder whom the losing warriors will be coordinated with straightaway.

With one more night of UFC activity in the rearview reflect, it’s a great opportunity to look forward, put on a couple of Sean Shelby and Mick Maynard’s shoes, and play UFC go between for UFC 246’s most striking warriors.

Those contenders incorporate Donald Cerrone (36-14 MMA, 23-11 UFC), who endured a first-round TKO misfortune to Conor McGregor (22-4 MMA, 10-2 UFC) in the welterweight main event at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, just as Anthony Pettis (22-10 MMA, 9-9 UFC) and Maycee Barber (8-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC).

Maycee Barber

Should battle: Antonina Shevchenko

Why they should battle: The promotion of Barber endured a basic shot when, as an enormous top pick, she vacillated against Roxanne Modafferi and endured a consistent choice misfortune.

Luckily for Barber, this battle will just fill in as a learning experience. She combat through the difficulty of cut and a knee damage yet at the same time figured out how to take care of business. At 21, she can just develop from this minute, yet the result positively pushes back her timetable of needing to be the most youthful victor in UFC history.

To the extent her best course of action, practically any battle would be suitable for Barber in the ladies’ flyweight division. It is not yet clear to what extent her wounds will keep her out, however when she’s prepared, a matchup with Shevchenko (8-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC), who encountered a comparatively disillusioning result against Modafferi in the relatively recent past, would be a solid match.

Anthony Pettis

Should battle: Alexander Hernandez

Why they should battle: For the first run through in quite a while, Pettis is perched on a two-battle losing slip. His UFC record is even at 9-9, and now there’s inquiries concerning what’s on the horizon for “Showtime.”

Pettis still has various battles left on his UFC contract, so anybody clamoring for him to go somewhere else is being untimely. It’s difficult to envision he’s in any situation to start quarrel, however, so he may need to take what the UFC gives him.

That could mean taking a battle against another upstart lightweight contender like Ferreira, and Hernandez (11-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC) is only that. “The Great” floundered the first occasion when he had a marquee battle against Donald Cerrone in January 2019, yet he’s developed and got a success from that point forward. Maybe he gets an alternate outcome against Pettis, who might need to get a triumph to demonstrate despite everything he has something left in the tank.

Donald Cerrone

Should battle: Stephen Thompson

Why they should battle: Watch the video above to perceive any reason why Cerrone should battle Thompson (15-4-1 MMA, 10-4-1 UFC) next.

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