Brendan Allen UFC Middleweight former LFA Middleweight Champion is the 24 year old Middleweight Prospect, Competing in the stacked UFC Middleweight Division. Brendan is a rising UFC Middleweight 2-0 with the UFC.
Brendan Allen won’t be challenging for the UFC Middleweight Title in 2020 but in 2020 depending on how many fights Brendan has can be a Top 15 Middleweight by the end of 2020.
Wins over Kevin Holland and impressively defeating Tom Breese is what put UFC fans on notice. Ground & Pound knock out in the 1st round against a tough opponent.
On the victory, Allen told media outlets including Cageside Press that “it’s always great. It’s hard to really put into words the emotions that all this brings. Especially after a moment like that.” His wife being in attendance, and being away from his family for so long in preparation for the fight, certainly added to that emotion. “I’m just super excited to go home, hold my baby girl, kiss my niece, go do stuff with them. See my brother, my family. That’s all that’s on my mind right now. I’m ready to go home.”Being a loving husband and father is a extra motivation for the rising Louisiana UFC Middleweight. Providing for his young family. Working 2x times harder with no family than with.
Expiring out his UFC contract in 2020 with two more UFC wins against top 20-30 UFC Middleweights is reasonable because of his talent and being coached by Duke Roufus at Roufusport MMA Acedeny definitely helps as well.
Asked for a fight against Trevin Giles revenge fight he lost earlier in his career. Giles has a record of 12-2 and defeating Giles will be another huge win for his young UFC career.
“As long as I handle business Saturday night and get the win, hopefully a good finish like always, then hopefully it opens the door for Trevin Giles,” Allen said. “That’d be something I’m very interested in, with Eryk having a fight lined up with (Krzysztof) Jotko and (Anthony) Hernandez having Puna (Soriano). Trevin is really the only one open.”https://mmajunkie.usatoday.com/2020/02/ufc-norfolk-brendan-allen-plans-on-finishing-tom-breese-then-turn-attention-to-trevin-giles