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UFC on Fuel TV 9: Gustafsson vs. Mousasi Preview


This April 6th, the UFC makes a return to Stockholm, Sweden for UFC on Fuel TV 9. Featuring a main event bout between two top ten light heavyweights in Alexander Gustafsson and Gegard Mousasi, ‘The Mauler’ could stake his claim for the next title shot at 205. Some believe that Gustafsson is the man with the best chance to dethrone the buzzsaw that is Jon Jones. His overall game has definitely evolved into that of a world-class martial artist.

Mousasi, on the other hand, looks to rebound strongly in his UFC debut. He enjoyed a run as Strikeforce Light-Heavyweight Champion, King Mo wrested that title from him in early 2010. Mousasi then went on to obtain the Dream Light Heavyweight championship. Last seen destroying Mike Pyle at the final Strikeforce event ever, Mousasi sits with an impressive 33-3-2 record. He is looking to get on a fast track to a UFC title shot.

A convincing win over a former multi-promotional champ in Mousasi will most likely find him in the next bout with Jon Jones. However, Lyoto Machida is always lurking as the number one ranked light heavy. Should that call come, will Gustafsson be ready for that tough test? Check out the preview video from Fuel TV below:

  • i hope that gustafsson….aahhhh F it..im just watching the Chevrolet commercial…

  • gustafsson will win that fight. mousasi is good, but he's to lethargic. besides him, even fedor looks like to be on extasy!

  • I think Mousasi needs to adjust his diet and strength and conditioning I would love to see him train at Tristar he would be a beast but yea Gusty Son will probably take the decision

  • I got Mousasi taking this.. probably a finish in the second round!

  • Mousasi has soo much potential. But I think he's a little small for 205 and should drop to Middleweight. He also needs to be more aggressive.

    Someone needs to light a bonfire under this kids ***… If that happens, he's fuckin unstoppable.

    • This kid has a ton of talent ..
      I was so impressed with him when he beat, in a pure kickboxing match ,the likes of Kyotaro(Japanese top 10 at the time heavyweight kickboxer)
      But this MMA and I agree with you, he's a middleweight, and not a very big one either so he has to cut to middleweight if he wants to be successful in the Ufc