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Humberto Bandenay

23-Year-Old     UFC     Featherweight     14-5-0, 1NC

Birthdate:  September 4, 1994    Height:  6'1    Weight:  Featherweight    

May 19, 2018    Humberto Bandenay News

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RotoWire Fantasy Analysis

Bandenay lost to Gabriel Benitez via KO (slam) at 0:39 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Santiago, Chile.

Bandenay did not have a very good night in Chile. He got dropped less than 20 seconds into the fight. He stay in the fight, and tried to counter with an armbar on the ground. However, Benitez used the armbar to slam him and finish the fight. Bandenay looked amazing in his UFC debut last year, but this fight was a setback to say the least.

Humberto Bandenay: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Bandenay will face off against Gabriel Benitez at UFC Chile at Movistar Arena on May 19, Danny Segura of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Bandenay burst onto the UFC scene during his first fight back in August, knocking out Martin Bravo is 26 seconds. He hasn't fought since then, however, due to a wrist injury and visa issues. His opponent, Benitez, most recently secured a unanimous decision victory against Jason Knight and is 4-2 in UFC.
Bandenay was taken off the UFC Austin card for Feb. 18 due to visa issues, Danny Segura of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

After winning his debut in the UFC in August against Martin Bravo, Bandenay has been pulled out of his last two scheduled bouts, with the previous one due to a fractured wrist. Moving ahead, Bandenay and his manager are working to get his next fight booked as soon as possible following this odd circumstance. In his place, Brandon Davis will take on Steven Peterson.
Bandenay (wrist) will take on Steven Peterson in a featherweight matchup at UFC Austin on Feb. 18, reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Bandenay had been most recently slated to face off against Alexander Volkanovski in Sydney last October, but a fractured wrist forced him to withdraw from the bout. He'll be ready to reenter the cage about four months later, squaring off against a 27-year-old making his UFC debut. Bandenay, despite being just 23 years old, has almost as many fights under his belt. He'll be looking for his second consecutive victory in the UFC Octagon.
Bandenay has withdrawn from his featherweight matchup against Alexander Volkanovski at UFC Sydney on Nov. 18 due to a fractured right wrist, reports.

Fantasy Analysis

It's unclear how Bandenay picked up the injury, but it will keep him from competing in his second UFC bout. The 23-year-old fighter made his UFC debut last August at UFC Mexico City, defeating Martin Bravo vis KO at less than 30 seconds into the fight. His replacement hasn't been announced at this point.
Bandenay will face Alexander Volkanovski in a featherweight matchup at UFC Fight Night 121 on November 18 in Sydney, Danny Segura of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Bandenay has been chosen as a replacement for Jeremy Kennedy (undisclosed). This is his second outing with the UFC and also his second short-notice fight under their banner. The 23-year-old debuted with a beautiful knockout win over Martin Bravo that ended the fight in 26 seconds. Bandenay is 14-4, 1NC overall.
Bandenay defeated Martin Bravo via KO (knee) at 0:26 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night 114 on Saturday in Mexico City.

Fantasy Analysis

Bandenay was the biggest underdog on the card. He came out firing and initially landed a big head kick. It didn't phase "El Toro" who easily absorbed the strike, but then Bandenay caught him coming in with a knee. Bandenay knocked him stiff and followed up with some unnecessary punches. This was a huge victory for Bandenay because he was such a big underdog, and will also earn him a $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus.
Brandenay will face Martin Bravo in a featherweight battle at UFC Fight Night 114 on August 5 in Mexico City, Danny Segura of reports.

Fantasy Analysis

Brandenay has stepped in to replace Chris Gruetzemacher (undisclosed) on short notice. The UFC newcomer is 22 years old and has a five-inch height advantage over Bravo. He has already racked up a 13-4 record with 10 wins via stoppage and is on a five fight winning streak.