Out of the cage for over two years. Danny Henry will return on September 9th in Paris. Welcoming the Scot back to the cage will be the talented Ricardo Ramos. Taking place at Featherweight these two will be sure to create fireworks.
The UFC Paris card is already shaping up nicely. This addition just further cements September 9th as a night to watch. Two finishers who are sure to deliver an entertaining fight. Earmark this one as one to keep an eye on.
Danny “The Hatchet” Henry
As previously mentioned. Danny will return to the cage after a two-year layoff. Before his hiatus, he was 2-2 in the UFC with an overall professional record of 12-4. An entertaining fighter, of his 16 fights only four have seen the scorecards.
Danny has competed against some top names in the UFC with the likes of Dan Ige and Hakeem Dawodu on his resume. With ten finishes to his name, five submissions and five KO/TKOs. Henry always brings the action and will look to do just that when he returns.
At 34, he will re-enter the cage at what many consider the sport’s physical peak. A tough competitor who has all the tools necessary to compete in many different styles. On his day Danny can give any 145er a hard night’s work. Looking to come back in style, a win against a young, hungry Ramos might kickstart his push up the rankings.
Ricardo “Carcacinha” Ramos
Welcoming Danny back will be the Brazilian, Ricardo Ramos. A young and dynamic fighter, the highlight reel for Ricardo is already a long one. At 26, he boasts a whole host of combat experience. With a professional record of 16-4, his UFC record sits at 7-3.
An entertaining fighter to watch. This was evident last time out. Stopping Danny Chavez with a spinning elbow, this being one of Ramos’ signature moves. With 11 finishes to his name four via KO/TKO and seven by submission. Ramos can’t be slept on and is dangerous throughout the fight.
Looking to turn all his octagon promise into reality. He hopes an impressive performance puts him from being a prospect and into the ranks of a contender. A win over an incredibly tough Danny Henry would do just that.
Two finishers who in a combined 36 fights have only seen the judges ten times. Expect fireworks at Featherweight when the cage door closes between these two as it’s sure to deliver.
Both men are competent on both the feet and the mat. Meaning this fight will be a complete display of MMA. This could be the fight of the night, on a card with so much potential already. Highlight this one as a fight to watch at UFC Paris.
Danny Henry vs Ricardo Ramos who takes the win?