New Aggression Opponent for Valimaki

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Top MMA News has learned the new opponent for Victor Valimaki. Ovince St. Preux, who has won his last three fights, will take the place of Josh Griggs in the main event of Aggression MMA 4 on July 9.

St. Preux (6-4) has won six of his last eight fights including a win on the Strikeforce Nashville card. He will be in tough against Canada’s #4 ranked Light-Heavyweight. Valimaki is coming off a loss to Martin Desilets after winning seven in a row.

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8 Responses to “ New Aggression Opponent for Valimaki ”

  1. mma says:

    man looks like hey are giving vic some stiff competitetion this guy won the last three fights the last guy he fought was 5-8 and before that the guy he beat at strike force was 3-5 and his other win was 9-9 coming of a two loss win like come on tfc quit feeding bums to our local guys to sell tickets i wonder who is gonna win?

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  2. TFC ? You are commenting on Valimaki’s opponent for Aggression in July.

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  3. Bobby Karimi says:

    Valimaki should win this fight easily.

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  4. Davis says:

    Valamaki will win this fight without a doubt, but do not always look at record to tell the skill of fighters, its not smart look at Michihiro Omigawa he is 10-8 and easily one of the best 145ers in the world, easy to look past but once you see his fight its clear he has skills. It is not always the case but don’t jump to conclusions.

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  5. Bobby Karimi says:

    Woah woah woah, lets compare apples to apples here…

    “Valamaki will win this fight without a doubt, but do not always look at record to tell the skill of fighters, its not smart look at Michihiro Omigawa he is 10-8 and easily one of the best 145ers in the world, easy to look past but once you see his fight its clear he has skills. It is not always the case but don’t jump to conclusions.”

    Omigawa is 10-8-1 vs a who’s who of of international stars at 145 and 155lbs. Ovince St. Preux or Josh Griggs haven’t and will never face that level of competition.

    Regardless Valimaki should probably be fighting someone of the St. Preux or Griggs level, he’s coming off a loss and a quick and easy win should get him back on track.

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  6. Mike Davis says:

    just watched St.Preux fight has good kicks man, just weak takedown defense and weak looking ground game but really nice kicks.

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  7. mma says:

    you must look at a bunch of factors 1.training camp?
    2.when they fought last 3.who there last 4 opponenets where and where they train from?thats the simplilist form i feel.other then that who buying tickets to watch garranteed wins?

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  8. mma says:

    by the way who is aggression match maker? this guy needs to get fired lmao

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