Adrian Yanez

USA

Facing Kelley on June 18
BantamweightUFC
May 10, 2022
Yanez (hand) will take on Tony Kelley (shoulder) at the UFC event in Austin, Texas on June 18, Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl reports.
ANALYSIS
Yanez suffered a hand injury when he defeated Davey Grant via split decision in November, but he's now had almost six months to recover and should be fully healthy when he meets Kelley in the Octagon on June 18. The 28-year-old will look to improve his untarnished record in the UFC, as he's currently 4-0 with the promotion.
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May miss six months
BantamweightUFC
November 23, 2021
Yanez faces a potential six-month medical suspension for a hand injury, MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Yanez won a split decision against Davey Grant on Saturday but may have injured himself in the process. If X-rays on his right hand are positive, he'll be out until at least May 20 unless cleared by a doctor.
Remains perfect in UFC
BantamweightUFC
November 20, 2021
Yanez defeated Davey Grant via split decision (29-28, 27-30, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
The 30-27 scorecard in Grant's favor is one of the worst in recent memory. Yanez probably absorbed a bit more punishment on the feet than he would have preferred, but there was no question who landed the more damaging shots throughout the course of the fight. All told, Yanez connected with 100 total strikes compared to 98 from Grant. The second round could have gone either way, but the first and final frame appeared to be clearly in Yanez's favor. Yanez is still working to incorporate some secondary skills into his game, but he's a high-level boxer with the ability to overwhelm his competition on the feet. The soon-to-be 28-year-old improves to a perfect 4-0 in the UFC. He'll also take home a $50,000 post-fight bonus after this matchup was awarded Fight of the Night honors.
Fighting Grant in November
BantamweightUFC
September 17, 2021
Yanez (nose) is slated to fight Davey Grant on November 20, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
ANALYSIS
Yanez was handed a six-month medical suspension after suffering damage to his nose during his win over Randy Costa in July. However, the UFC appears to have waived the suspension, as he's set to return to the octagon after a three-month absence.
Facing six-month medical suspension
BantamweightUFC
July 28, 2021
Yanez will be required to undergo a nasal bones X-Ray and will be required to sit six months or until he gains medical clearance if it comes back positive, Mike Heck of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Despite nabbing the win over Randy Costa via TKO (punches) in the second round Saturday, Yanez may have taken some major damage himself that could require a lengthy stay on the sidelines. Should the suspension go the full length, Yanez would be looking at a late January return to the Octagon at the earliest.
Turns page to get second-round win
BantamweightUFC
July 24, 2021
Yanez defeated Randy Costa via TKO (punches) at 2:11 of Round 2 at UFC on ESPN 27 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
Yanez was caught by surprise by the kicks and piston-like jab of Costa, which turned his face into a mask of blood in Round 1. The 27-year-old made key adjustments at the opening bell of the second frame, namely pressuring and throwing his own jab to counteract the shot from his opponent. The combination of damage and fatigue saw Costa crumble after a couple of hard body shots to give Yanez his third consecutive stoppage win. Yanez has taken the bantamweight division by storm, stopping every UFC fighter in his path en route to a 14-3 record in professional MMA.