Anders is coming off of a no-contest decision in his previous fight after an illegal knee to opponent Darren Stewart. Anders is preparing to fight again at UFC 263 in June and spoke on how his training is going.
Former Alabama football player and current UFC figher, Eryk Anders has lined up his next contest in the octagon and its with a familiar opponent. Anders will take on Darren Steward at UFC 263 on June 12. Anders and Stewart fought to a no contest decision on March 13 at UFC Fight Night Edwards vs. Muhammad.
Eryk Anders was deafeted at UFC Fight Night 172 by KrzysztofJotko. Jotko won via unanimous decision after landing far more significant strikes in the bought 54-25. Both fighters entered the middleweight matchup on a two-fight win streak but Jotko's strategy paid off to end Anders's winning streak.
Former Alabama football player and current UFC Fighter Eryk Anders joined Ryan Fowler on The Game this week to talk about his upcoming UFC Fight, Nick Saban and coronavirus. You can hear the entire interview on Soundcloud or the Tide 100.9 Youtube page.
The UFC returned to the octagon this past weekend with UFC 249 in Jacksonville, Florida. Dana White's UFC was the last sport to suspend operations and the first sport to resume them. The fighting company scheduled three events in the span of seven days all in the VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville. Former Crimson Tide linebacker, Eryk Anders, will fight in the final event of the three.
Former Alabama Football player Eryk Anders has booked his next UFC fight. Anders will take on Krzysztof Jotko at UFC Portland on April 11, 2020. Anders holds a professional MMA record of 13-4 and is 5-4 since entering the UFC. Jotko holds a professional MMA record of 21-4 and is 8-4 since entering the UFC. Both fighters enter the matchup on a two-fight winning streak.