“Round 1, finish 14 times!” Sergei Pavlovich
On the 4th, “UFC on ESPN 42” was held at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. In the heavyweight match, which took the third place on the main card, No. 4 Thai Tuivasa (29, Australia) and No. 5 Sergei Pavlovich (30, Russia) faced off. Sergei Pavlovich boasted an overwhelming height of 191 centimeters, 161 kilograms, and 213 centimeters of lychee. However, the speedy punch hidden in the weight and the ability to adapt were more outstanding.
Pavlovi해 approached Tuyvasa from the start of the game and played a batting game. Tuivasa was soon intimidated and faltered under Pavlovic’s strong pressure, allowing heavy fists in a row. It took only 54 seconds for the game to end. Pavlovic hit Tuyvasa’s face with a powerful series of left and right hits, adding one more “first-round finish win.” Tuyvasa, famous for being the king of Matjip, did not last a minute with Pavlovic’s powerful punch.
“I put a lot of effort into coming to UFC,” Pavlovic said in a Cage interview after the victory. “This game deserves a bonus,” he said. “After the match, I dissected everything about Tuivasa. “This victory will be very important to my career,” he said, expressing his desire for a title shot. As Sergei Pavlovich hoped, the match between the two players was selected for Performance of the Night and earned a generous bonus.
Pavlovi 파, who won against Tuyvasa, recorded his fifth consecutive KO victory. The next game is likely to be the next heavyweight title challenger. Champion Francis Nganu returned the title with an injury this year. With his return set to take place early next year, former UFC light heavyweight champion John Jones is being mentioned as a challenger.
Pavlovic is expected to be able to compete with players like former UFC heavyweight interim champion and current No. 1 Cyril Gan and No. 3 Curtis Blaze for the next challenge, experts say.
If you look at Pavlovic’s detailed record of five consecutive first-round finish wins, you can’t hide your surprise. Pavlovic stepped on the Octagon through UFC Fight Night in Beijing, China, in November 2018. In his UFC debut, Pavlovic was defeated by legendary Alistar O’Braim by a punch in 4:21 of the first round. Pavlovic, who was 12 years younger than Obrame, rushed to Obrame with spirit, but was defeated by the veteran Obrame’s counter. Pavlovic, who has changed his mind since then, has won five consecutive first-round finishes until Tuivasa, leaving the title shot in sight.
Pavlovic has 5 wins and 1 loss in UFC, but his overall record is 17 wins and 1 loss. It boasts tremendous destructive power, with 14 out of 17 wins being the first round finish victory. Based on Kombat Sambo, a traditional Russian martial art, Pavlovic made his MMA debut in 2014. Since then, he has won 12 consecutive games and entered the UFC. He has been a wrestler since elementary school and based on Sambo, but the victory came from fists, not grappling. It boasts such a huge punch that 14 out of 17 wins are KO wins by punches.
The UFC heavyweight is the era of the Spring and Autumn Warring States Period. Whenever there is a title match without a clear strong player, the main character of the champion belt is changing. Attention is focusing on whether Pavlovic will defeat countless losers and achieve national unification.