Road to UFC: Angad Bisht Next Fight; Will Angad Face Kiru Singh Sahota?

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Angad Bisht, the promising Indian MMA fighter, made a significant stride toward securing a contract with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) after an impressive victory over the Philippines’ John Dave Almanza in the opening round of Road To UFC Season 3.
Now, he’s in the semi final that is likely to happen in October (based on the past year’s tournament dates of the next round). And the question is who will be Angad Bisht Next Fight opponent?

Angad Bisht Next Fight

Angad will face South Korea’s DongHun Choi. Choi holds an 7-0 undefeated pro record and is coming from a dominating win in the first round.

Kiru vs Angad

Kiru’s next challenge awaits him in the semifinals, where he will face Filipino fighter, Ruel Panales. Panales advanced after his Japanese opponent, Toki Matsui, missed weight, leading to the cancellation of their scheduled bout.

Intrestingly if Angad is able to beat Ruel and Kiru win’s his semifinal fight as well we can have an India vs India final.

Bisht’s Fight in the Road to UFC Round 1

In the flyweight tournament opener, Almanza showcased his striking skills, but Angad proved to be dominant on the ground. The referee stepped in to stop the fight, awarding Angad a first-round TKO victory. His performance demonstrated a well-rounded skill set and determination to succeed at the highest level.

Angad’s Journey

Angad Bisht, with a professional record of 10-3-0, has been steadily climbing the ranks. His journey to the Road to UFC has been marked by hard work, discipline, and a passion for mixed martial arts. Representing Uttarakhand and India, he has faced some of India’s toughest opponents and consistently delivered impressive performances.

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