Roque Martinez vs Alexander Romanov booked as late addition at UFC Vegas 10

After his fight getting cancelled at UFC Vegas 9, Alexander Romanov looks to make his debut at UFC Vegas 10 against Roque Martinez

(on the left) Roque Martinez and (on the right) Alexander Romanov

Former RIZIN fighter Roque Martinez has signed with the UFC and will take on Alexander Romanov for UFC Vegas 10.

MMA Junkie confirmed the booking with a person with knowledge of the situation as the fight appeared on UFC official fight card list.

Romanov was supposed to compete last Saturday at UFC on UFC Vegas 9. Although, hours before the event’s scheduled start time, Romanov’s fight was pulled from the lineup after his opponent Marcos Rogerio de Lima testing positive for COVID-19.

Alexander Romanov vs Roque Martinez at UFC Vegas 10

Alexander Romanov is one of the upcoming fighters in the heavyweight division and has a lot of eyes on him. After winning 11 wins fights in his professional MMA career. Romanov has seen his fights been cancelled on 3 occasions ever since he has signed with the UFC in 2019.

Marcos Rogerio(right) vs Alexander Romanov(left) was cancelled off for UFC Vegas 9

Talking about Roque Martinez, he has been in good touch, winning 3 out of his 4 fights lately. He has won 15 fights overall in his professional MMA career.

Surely this could be regarded as of the most unexpected fights at UFC Vegas 10. With fanatics witnessing Romanov’s attacking intent for the first time in the octagon.

UFC Vegas 10 fight card currently looks like-

Angela Hill vs. Michelle Waterson

  • Ottman Azaitar vs. Khama Worthy
  • Roxanne Modafferi vs. Andrea Lee
  • Ed Herman vs. Mike Rodriguez
  • Kyle Nelson vs. Billy Quarantillo
  • Tyson Nam vs. Matt Schnell
  • Julia Avila vs. Sijara Eubanks
  • Matt Frevola vs. Roosevelt Roberts
  • Bobby Green vs. Alan Patrick
  • Frank Camacho vs. Brok Weaver
  • Bryan Barberena vs. Anthony Ivy
  • Justine Kish vs. Sabina Mazo
  • Roque Martinez vs. Alexander Romanov

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