Following a great appearance on Dana White’s Contender Series the previous fall, Michael Morales makes his limited time debut this end of the week inverse divisional newbie Trevin Giles.
Only 22 years of age, Morales was one of the more noteworthy possibilities to get through the UFC APEX during the latest period of the yearly ability search series, posting a consistent choice success over Nikolay Veretennikov to further develop his record to 12-0. Preparing out of the Entram Gym in Tijuana close by individual UFC 270 contender Genaro Valdez, the adolescent from Ecuador has huge tallness and reach for the division and an overflow of potential gain heading into his first appearance inside the Octagon.
Giles shows up in Anaheim set to contend in a third division subsequent to making his presentation at light heavyweight and spending the last seven battles contending at 185 pounds. The Texan has posted a 5-3 record in the UFC to date, and acquired successes over Brendan Allen and Ryan Spann en route to the Octagon, so on the off chance that he can take advantage of those abilities and carry his power with him to welterweight, he could be a component in the welterweight class.