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EA Sports UFC Reveals Cain Velasquez and Brad Pickett

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(Photo Courtesy via EASports.com/ufc)

The latest two fighters shown off by the incredibly realistic EA Sports UFC game include a new import to the flyweight division and the heavyweight champion.

Winner of fight ‘Fight of the Night’ bonuses under the Zuffa banner, Brad Pickett is set to make his flyweight debut on March 8th at UFC Fight Night 37 against a yet-to-be-announced opponent.

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

Here are Pickett’s in-game profile stats:

  • Nickname: One Punch
  • Current Record: 24-8-0
  • From: East London, England
  • Fights Out Of: Coconut Creek, FL, USA
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 5’6” (167 cm)
  • Weight: 125 lbs (56 kg)
  • Strengths: Boxing, Striking, Heart

Since making his UFC debut in November of 2011, Brad “One Punch” Pickett has consistently proven to fans that win or lose they can expect fireworks whenever he steps into the Octagon. In his six UFC appearances to date, all as a Bantamweight, Pickett has earned five post-fight awards – four for Fight of the Night and one for Knockout of the Night. After putting together a 3-3 record in the UFC, Pickett is slated to make his Flyweight debut with the organization in early 2014.

Another champion was revealed as well, this time, the ‘baddest man on the planet’, heavyweight title holder Cain Velasquez. Sitting on the shelf to rehab an injury, Velasquez hasn’t fought this year but plans on a late 2014 return to continue his run of dominance.

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

Here are Velasquez’s in-game profile stats:

  • Nickname: NA
  • Current Record: 13-1-0
  • From: Yuma, AZ, USA
  • Fights Out Of: San Jose, CA, USA
  • Age: 31
  • Height: 6’1” (185 cm)
  • Weight: 240 lbs (109 kg)
  • Strengths: Well Rounded, Takedowns, Power

Rapidly making a case for himself as the most dominant Heavyweight to ever step inside the Octagon, “The Baddest Man on the Planet”, Cain Velasquez doesn’t look to be letting go of his title anytime soon. An outstanding wrestler who can also throw leather with best in the world, Velasquez sets himself apart from his opponents thanks to a seemingly bottomless gas tank that allows him to push the pace and overwhelm the opposition far into the championship rounds. Since reclaiming the belt from Junior Dos Santos and avenging the only loss of his career at the end of 2012, Velasquez has been unstoppable in each of his ensuing appearances.

 

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