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Joe Lauzon and Cung Le, The Latest Revealed for EA Sports UFC

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(Photo Courtesy via EASports.com/UFC)

The two latest fighters to be revealed in the upcoming EA Sports UFC game are two with some very distinct physical features making their uncanny appearances that much more impressive.

The first is Joe Lauzon who can hardly be distinguished from his real-life counterpart.

 

(Photo Courtesy via EASports.com/UFC)
(Photo Courtesy via EASports.com/UFC)

Here is Lauzon’s in-game profile stats:

Joe Lauzon

Nickname: J-Lau
Record: 23-10-0
From: Brockton, MA, USA
Fights Out Of: Bridgewater, MA, USA Age: 29
Height: 5’10” (177 cm)
Weight: 155 lbs (70 kg)
Strengths: Submissions

A true MMA veteran, Joe Lauzon has 33 professional fights to his name despite being only 29 years old. A submission specialist, Lauzon is known for his tendency to be involved in exciting bouts, win or lose, and holds the distinction of currently being tied with Anderson Silva as the all-time UFC Fight Bonus leader with 12 awards. After suffering back to back losses for the first time in his prolific career against Jim Miller and Michael Johnson, Lauzon wasted no time getting back to his winning ways, closing out 2013 with a victory over Mac Danzig.

The next fighter revealed is UFC middleweight Cung Le who, like Lauzon has been hit right on the button, no pun intended, as he makes his debut in a UFC video game. Le last appeared in EA MMA under the Strikeforce banner.

(Photo Courtesy via EASports.com/UFC)
(Photo Courtesy via EASports.com/UFC)

Here is Le’s in-game profile stats:

Cung Le

Nickname: NA
Record: 9-2-0
From: Saigon, Vietnam
Fights Out Of: San Jose, CA, USA Age: 41
Height: 5’10” (177 cm)

Weight: Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg) Strengths: Striking, Takedowns

A gifted striker possessing some of the most powerful kicks in his division, Cung Le stepped onto the pro MMA stage for the first time in 2006. After debuting with Strikeforce, building a record of 7-1 and briefly holding their Middleweight title, Le made the jump to the UFC in 2011 likening his contract with the company to getting his black belt in MMA. The Taekwondo black belt, most recently scored an impressive KO victory over Rich Franklin and is currently the Mentor and Chief Coach of The Ultimate Fighter: China.

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