In July, Paul Craig will make his middleweight debut in UFC London against Andre Muniz

Paul Craig, the highly skilled fighter, is making a weight change and transitioning down to the 185-pound division. This July he will face a challenging adversary, Andre Muniz, in London. Multiple insiders with knowledge of the UFC’s plans have confirmed that this bout will take place at the O2 on July 22nd, with Super Lutas being the first to report the details.

Reasons for Craig’s weight division change stem from two recent losses at light heavyweight against some of the division’s top-ranked fighters, Johnny Walker and Volkan Oezdemir. Prior to these defeats, Craig had an impressive undefeated record, tallying six consecutive wins. His victories even included finishes of current UFC light heavyweight champion Jamahal Hill and former champion Mauricio Rua.

Similarly, Muniz aims to bounce back after suffering his first promotion loss at UFC Vegas 70, where he was submitted by Brendan Allen. Muniz had previously held a winning streak of nine fights, and his sole loss is not a reflection of his overall skills and accomplishments.

UFC London, which is set to take place in July, will be headlined by Tom Aspinall and Marcin Tybura in a heavyweight matchup. This event is expected to feature other top UFC fighters and will undoubtedly be a showcase for the sport’s most talented athletes.

It is clear that there is much excitement leading up to the highly anticipated UFC London event, and we look forward to watching Paul Craig and Andre Muniz face off in the 185-pound division. Guilherme Cruz has provided insightful details in this report, and we cannot wait to see what other exciting updates may emerge in the lead-up to this spectacular event.


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