Petr Yan says he can beat each Rob Font and Cody Garbrandt however has “different enterprise” to handle
Many across the MMA neighborhood had been extremely impressed with Rob Font and praised his efficiency as he scored the largest win of his profession to this point by defeating Cody Garbrandt at UFC Vegas 27.
However former bantamweight champion Petr Yan wasn’t so excited; in actual fact, he mentioned he wasn’t stunned by Font’s efficiency.
Yan gave his post-fight evaluation on Twitter following the combat, stating that Garbrandt has flaws in his model and implying he may simply beat each Font and Garbrandt.
Yan, in fact, talked about he had different enterprise to deal with earlier than potential matchups with Font and Garbrandt.
Yan had received the UFC bantamweight championship with a fifth-round stoppage of Jose Aldo at UFC 251 in July however dropped the title in controversial vogue in a loss to Aljamain Sterling at UFC 259 in March.
Yan was accountable for practically all of that combat with Sterling and on his method in the direction of a one-sided unanimous choice win. However an unlawful knee within the fourth spherical left Sterling unable to proceed, giving Sterling the championship on a disqualification, a primary in UFC historical past.
Petr Yan implies he’ll run via Rob Font, Cody Garbrandt after getting belt again
Garbrandt displayed extra endurance than he had in his earlier fights, however Font’s putting was crisp and finally an excessive amount of. Garbrandt scored a few takedowns within the combat as nicely, however Font was in a position to simply shake them off. Font received on a unanimous choice.
Font has now received 4 straight, whereas Garbrandt has received simply one among his final 5 fights now.
Font entered this combat because the No. 3 contender, whereas Garbrandt was ranked No. 4. Yan sits within the No. 1 place, whereas No. 2 is held by Cory Sandhagen, who’s scheduled to welcome former champion T.J. Dillashaw on July 24.
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