EA UFC 4: Three Possibilities For The Game Cover

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In a post-fight press conference last weekend, Dana White admitted that they are working on making EA UFC 4 the game. They will be officially announcing more information while they are on Fight Island in July. With that being said most MMA fans are always debating who should be on the cover of the game. Today we will look into three possibilities for the UFC 4 game cover.

Single Fighter

The UFC game covers come in all different styles. One of those styles is the single fighter style. Dating back to UFC 3 when Conor McGregor was featured on the cover. If the UFC were to do a single fighter on the cover easy guesses would be Khabib Nermagomedov, Isreal Adesanya, or Amanda Nunes. While there could potentially be other options, these fighters would seem like the UFC’s biggest stars at the moment.

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Huge UFC Fight

On the original UFC game cover was Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson. The game came out almost a year after the iconic fight of the year. If they were to do this type of cover it is likely they would use the 2019 fight of the year which was Isreal Adesanya vs. Kelvin Gastelum. Unless they make the release date in late 2021, in which case it would probably whoever wins the fight of the year this year.

Mount Rushmore

Everyone loves a Mount Rushmore. It is fresh in our memories that Dana White just released his personal Mount Rushmore. His four choices were Royce Gracie, Amanda Nunes, Jon Jones, and Chuck Liddell. A game cover with these four fighters photoshopped on Mount Rushmore would be an iconic video game just based on the cover. Although this type of game cover has never been used by EA or the UFC, we are in stringent times with Covid-19 happening so we could be in for quite a surprise.

Who do you think deserves to be on the EA UFC 4 video game cover? Who would be on your MMA Mount Rushmore? Let us know in the comments down below.

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My name is Michael Lynch. I’m originally from Long Island, NY, but I reside in Columbia, Sc. I’ve been covering MMA for almost two years now. I’ve covered events such as Island fights and the PFL. I also have a YouTube channel where I do fight companions and UFC fight previews. I have recently started to train in mma and would like to have my first fight in 2020. I believe that as a journalist I need to experience what these fighters go threw, in order to understand their POV.

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