Anshul Jubli to fight Patrick Sho Usani at Road to UFC on June 10 in Singapore

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Indian MMA star Anshul Jubli will fight Japanese MMA fighter Patrick Sho Usani at ‘Road to UFC‘ tournament taking place in Singapore on June 10.

UFC has announced the participants for ROAD TO UFC, the most significant opportunity for Asia’s top MMA prospects to make it to the world stage. The opening round will take place across two days, June 9 and June 10, at the Singapore Indoor Stadium ahead of UFC 275: TEIXEIRA vs PROCHAZKA, UFC’s first Pay-Per-View event in Southeast Asia on June 12.

Anshul Jubli will fight Japanese MMA fighter Patrick Sho Usani at Road to UFC on June 10

Anshul Jubli has remained undefeated in his professional career so far and has compiled an impressive 5-0 record for himself.

The young and talented MMA Fighter Anshul Jubli had a breakthrough performance in his pro debut against Sanjeet Budhwar at Matrix Fight Night 2 where he won via unanimous decision. He showed his entire skillset in a dominant victory that impressed everyone in the MMA Community.

Anshul Jubli will face the biggest test of his Pro MMA career

Anshul Jubli holds a pro record of 5-0-0 with his last win coming via Arm triangle submission choke in the first round at MFN 6 against Iran’s Mohammad Mahmoudian. He trains at one of the best teams in India at Cross-train Fight Club under head coach Siddharth Singh. With his undefeated run in Matrix Fight Night, we will be seeing him take on his biggest challenge to date against Japan’s Patrick Sho Usani.

Patrick Sho Usani has a professional MMA record of 4-1. He suffered a loss in his last fight against Nobumitsu Osawa at LDH Martial Arts – Pound Storm event in Japan last month. He lost the fight via unanimous decision.

Prior to his loss against Osawa, Patrick was riding on a four-fight winning streak with three of them coming via TKO. This will be his first professional fight outside of Japan.

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