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Ex-Lightweight Champion Claims Ian Garry ‘Has What it Takes’ To Win Gold At welterweight Division

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Ian  Garry, known as “The Future,” has been making waves in the UFC welterweight division. With an undefeated record of 15-0, Garry has caught the attention of fans and fellow fighters alike. But it’s not just his wins that have people talking—it’s his potential to become a champion.

The Perfect Record

Garry’s journey began in the Cage Warriors promotion, where he held the welterweight title. In November 2021, he made his UFC debut, knocking out Jordan Williams at UFC 268. Since then, he has continued to impress, racking up victories against tough opponents.

Rafael dos Anjos’ Vote of Confidence

Former UFC lightweight champion Rafael dos Anjos recently Expressed his belief in Garry’s abilities. Dos Anjos sees promise in the young Irishman, emphasizing his style and ability to mix up takedowns. While Garry may not be a knockout artist, he has consistently outpointed opponents, showcasing his well-rounded skills.

Ian Garry’s Recent Performance

At UFC 303, Garry faced Michael ‘Venom’ Page. Despite criticism for his grappling-heavy approach, Garry secured a unanimous decision victory. His improvements in grappling were evident, and he proved that he could adapt to different styles. Gilbert Burns, a former welterweight title challenger, praised Garry’s growth in this fight.

The Road Ahead

Ian Garry’s confidence and hunger for greatness are evident. He aims to earn his shot at the title, and if he continues his dominant run, that opportunity may come sooner than expected. While he sits just below Leon Edwards in the rankings, Garry believes he can beat anyone in the division, including Edwards himself.

In a division stacked with talent, Ian Garry stands out as a rising star. Whether he fulfills dos Anjos’ prediction or not, one thing is clear: “The Future” has what it takes to make a lasting impact in the UFC welterweight division. Keep an eye on this young fighter—he might just be the next champion.

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