EA Sports UFC Introduces a Trio of Tusslers

By Chewie, 4 years ago
The roll call of fighters coming to upcoming MMA title EA SPORTS UFC keeps growing as EA have now announced three more bruisers due to duke it out in the Octagon.

Fabricio Werdum

Fabricio Werdum

• Nickname: Vai Cavalo
• Current Record: 17-5-1
• From: Porto Alegre, Brazil
• Fights Out Of: Los Angeles, CA, USA
• Age: 36
• Height: 6’4” (193 cm)
• Weight: 239 lbs (108kg)
• Strengths: Ground Game

One of the biggest threats currently throwing down in the UFC’s Heavyweight division, Fabricio Werdum is a true MMA veteran and boasts a professional career that dates all the way back to 2002. Riding a three-fight win streak since returning to the UFC in February of 2012, Werdum has most recently showcased his versatile skill-set with a KO win over Mike Russow followed by a submission victory over Minotauro Nogueira. Currently, Werdum ranks among the top five Heavyweights in the UFC.
Gegard Mousasi

Gegard Mousasi

• Nickname: NA
• Current Record: 34-4-2
• From: The Netherlands
• Fights Out Of: Leiden, The Netherlands
• Age: 28
• Height: 6’1” (185 cm)
• Weight: 185 lbs (84kg)
• Strengths: Well-rounded

With a pro career that spans all the way back to 2003, Gegard Mousasi has already put together an impressive record despite being 28 years of age. A talented finisher, only five of Mousasi’s 34 victories have come by way of decision, earning 19 other wins by knockout and another 10 by submission. After emerging victorious against Ilir Lafiti in his UFC debut in 2013, Mousasi was recently handed one of the few losses of his career by Lyoto Machida. He’ll be looking to bounce back with a win in his next fight and crack the Middleweight Top 10.
Anthony Pettis

Anthony Pettis

• Nickname: Showtime
• Current Record: 17-2-0
• From: Milwaukee, WI, USA
• Fights Out Of: Milwaukee, WI, USA
• Age: 27
• Height: 5’10” (177 cm)
• Weight: 155 lbs (70kg)
• Strengths: Excellent Standup, Strong Ground Game, Creativity

The WEC’s final Lightweight champion and the UFC’s current Lightweight title-holder, Anthony
“Showtime” Pettis brings some flash with him every time he steps into the Octagon. The Milwaukee native possesses a deep bag of tricks that’s helped him emerge as the winner of eight of his last nine bouts. After securing himself a place on MMA’s all-time highlight reel by landing the cage-jumping “Showtime Kick”, Pettis went on to prove his ground game could be just as slick, winning his UFC title with a Submission-of-the-Year-worthy armbar.
These three are set to join the 100 or so fighters in EA Sports UFC when it is released on Xbox One this Spring.
Written by Chewie
Chewie is a Wookiee from Kashyyyk. Since helping the Rebel Alliance defeat the Emperor, he has taken up Achievement-Hunting and Newshoundery on TA. Also, ice-skating.