has a 19-1 major The record, which includes 9 straight wins at UFC’s Shark Tank light heavyweight, Magomed Ankalaev has long been considered a future champion at 205 – and a win over Jan Blachowicz next month will go a long way toward securing his UFC gold sooner or later.
The Russian fighter, who has been virtually flawless in the UFC so far, was in the last second(!) of his career in Made his UFC debut in March 2018 against Paul Craig in London. Since then, Anakraev has beaten three former title challengers Anthony Smith, Thiago Santos and Volcan Ozdemir in 205 straight runs – but it’s fair to say he’s tied with tough Moldovan Ion Cutelaba for the first time. The second fight wowed UFC fans. Previously, Ankalaev had seen Ankalaev on his feet before dropping to end the fight near the end of the first round – a similar result with another former champion, Blahovitz, at next month’s UFC 282 should put him in the title game. the edge of.
Until then, though, check out Ankalaev’s destruction of Cutelaba below: