Mike Davis
Beast Boy


Comes up empty in short-notice debut
April 27, 2019
Davis lost to Gilbert Burns via submission (rear-naked choke) at 4:15 of Round 2 at UFC Fort Lauderdale on Saturday.
Davis took this fight with less than two weeks to fully prepare for one of the most dangerous, up-and-coming finishers in the division. He ended up getting unofficially outlanded 13 to 47 in terms of significant strikes, and was thoroughly dominant in the grappling department. Nonetheless, his willingness and ability to step up and make weight on short notice should earn him at least another opportunity with the company.
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To debut in Fort Lauderdale
April 18, 2019
Davis will step in on short notice to take on Gilbert Burns in a lightweight matchup at UFC Fort Lauderdale on April 27, Nolan King of Flocombat reports.
Davis will make his official UFC debut with notice less than 10 days in advance of the scheduled fight. He previously fought on Dana White's Contender Series -- where he lost to Sodiq Yusuff -- in the featherweight division, so there shouldn't be any unique concerns about his upcoming weight cut. Outside of the Yusuff loss, Davis is 6-0 as a professional, with six stoppages compiled under the banners of Square Ring Promotions and House of Fame. Davis will enter the cage with slight height and reach advantages.