Angad Bisht Road to UFC Debut: Bisht Takes a 1st Round Win After Dominating John Almanza

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India’s top fighter Angad Bisht takes a dominating TKO win over his opponent from Philippines. The former MFN champion went to business straight away with his striking. After a few big hits the young Filipinos was on the ground and Angad was able to take a decisive win.

Angad Bisht Road to UFC Debut

Angad moves to the Semifinal of the Road to UFC. 1st Indian to do so after Anshul Jubli did it in the Season 1 of Road to UFC.
In an exclusive interview with MMA India Show, Anshul had predicted a swift win for the fellow ‘Pahadi’ fighter.

Now the chances at UFC stardom for Angad Bisht is only 2 fights away. The 28-year-old Indian fighter holds an impressive record and this TKO wins makes it even sweeter.

Angad Bisht’s MMA Journey

From Medicine to MMA

Hailing from the picturesque hills of Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand, Angad Bisht’s journey to MMA was anything but ordinary. Initially pursuing medicine with his family’s support, he realized that his true calling lay elsewhere. Seeking a physical challenge, he transitioned to mixed martial arts. Angad’s decision was fueled by the adrenaline rush, mental fortitude, and strategic thinking required in MMA—a sport akin to playing chess with one’s body.

Early Success and Untapped Potential

Within just six months of training, Angad Bisht stepped into the amateur fighting arena. His dedication paid off as he clinched titles in various promotions. Now, with a record of 10 wins and 2 losses, he stands on the cusp of something greater—the UFC. Angad believes there is untapped potential within him, waiting to be unleashed. The Road to UFC provides the perfect platform for him to showcase his skills and make it to the big leagues.

Know More: Anshul Jubli On What He Expects From Angad Bisht vs John Dave Almanza In Road To UFC 2024


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