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Grind over, time to shine! – Arjan Bhullar raring to go for UFC Moncton

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On September of 2017, Arjan Bhullar created history by becoming the first Indian to sign with the world’s most premier MMA organization, i.e UFC. He made his debut against Luis Henry Barboza de Oliviera at UFC 215 headlined by Amanda Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko. Bhullar won his fight his spectacular fashion via wide unanimous decision.

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Although he had to suffer a setback in his last fight against Adam Wieczorek, where he was submitted via omaplata. A loss in Bhullar’s last fight hasn’t hit his confidence as he promised to bounce back from his loss and quest to the top.

Bhullar will fight Marcelo Golm at UFC Moncton and said that they were scheduled to fight earlier when the Canadian-Indian wasn’t even signed to UFC, they were scheduled to fight at another MMA promotion called Hard Knocks back in 2016.

I’ll stop him,” Bhullar said. “He will concede to victory. I’ll push him (in the) standup, grappling; wherever the fight goes. I’m better than him. I will push him, he will concede. He’s already shown that. He quits.”

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