Brendan Allen 15-3 Middleweight, Former LFA Middleweight Champion, Dana White Contender Series alumni. UFC record of 3-0 looking to be 4-0 with a win against the savage himself Ian Heinisch #15 Middleweight.
Win against Ian Heinisch will replace his spot at #15 and be a rising UFC Middleweight at 24 years old.
“It’s cool to see those things, but I don’t pay any attention to it,” he said of the three strong performances that carry him into Saturday’s meeting with Heinisch in Las Vegas. “It doesn’t mean anything to me right now. Every fight is my biggest fight, no matter whom it’s against and it doesn’t matter what you’ve done.https://www.ufc.com/news/brendan-allen-tunnel-vision-santos-teixeira-vegas-13
So far this is the biggest fight of his life fighting Ian Heinisch, Step in the right direction.
Stealing the show at UFC Fight Night Teixeira vs Santos with the performance of his life.
“I’m going to let it show on Fight Night. ” https://www.ufc.com/news/brendan-allen-tunnel-vision-santos-teixeira-vegas-13
” I just want to go out there and be the guy that’s been in the gym and do what I need to do and be very calculated and take advantage of anything that he leaves open. I just want to capitalize on everything, I want to feel fear in his heart and make him second guess things really early that’s my goal every time is just instill fear make them second guess and that’s the goal Saturday night put fear in his heart and make him second why he’s there.” Brendan Allen
Brendan Allen labels Ian Heinisch a step down in competition, Will see tonight if he makes easy work of Ian Heinisch. Shows that he’s a UFC Middleweight to watch for the future.