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UFC star Michael Chiesa wants Fight Island to be more brutal with new rules

Michael Chiesa had some fun plans for UFC Fight Island
Michael Chiesa reacts to defeating Carlos Condit during a Welterweight bout during the UFC 232 event inside The Forum on December 29, 2018 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Michael Chiesa was speaking about what should happen on UFC Fight Island

Michael Chiesa wants the UFC to take a more brutal avenue when starting Fight Island.

Dana White has confirmed plans of creating a private island to host UFC fights during the coronavirus pandemic.

Dana white was unsure of when the UFC could start again
Dana White, UFC President gives a speech during 2019 UFC Performance Institute Panel and UFC Fight Night Shenzhen Press Conference (Photo by Yifan Ding/Getty Images)

The UFC president highlighted recently that work had already started to build the location, and he could host international clashes there.

While this resembled something out of a Mortal Kombat movie, Chiesa had his own thoughts for the island.

Chiesa fights in the Welterweight division but wanted to change the rules a lot on Fight Island.

Pride FC is a defunct MMA promotion, but it allowed some brutal kicks to the head on down opponents.

It was less restrictive to what could be done to an opponent and took place in a boxing ring rather than an Octagon.

Michael Chiesa had some fun plans for UFC Fight Island
Michael Chiesa reacts to defeating Carlos Condit during a Welterweight bout during the UFC 232 event (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Pride also allowed fighters from different weight classes to have a go at each other, something that isn’t allowed in the world of UFC.

UFC ready to return

Chiesa might have been joking about introducing these rules given that Fight Island itself sounds like something from a movie.

However, the UFC will be back in action on 9 May after more than a month. The coronavirus cancelled several UFC events but White is confident of finally hosting UFC 249.

There are some big clashes on the card but the one that catches the eye is Justin Gaethje vs Tony Ferguson.

Khabib Nurmagomedov vs Tony Ferguson is set for UFC 249
Khabib Nurmagomedov (L) faces off against Tony Ferguson (R) during a press conference (Digital Trends)

The pair will meet for the interim UFC Lightweight Championship while Henry Cejudo defends his crown against Dominick Cruz.

UFC 249 was initially set for 18 April but that was cancelled by ESPN and Disney. Khabib Nurmagomedov was to defend his Lightweight title against Ferguson, but the champion is stuck in Russia and cannot make it to America due to a flight ban.

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