Krzysztof Jotko made his UFC debut eight years ago, and he is the record holder for the poles in this category. The 32-year-old has previously been involved in a total of 15 fights for the highly acclaimed mixed martial arts organization. 10 of them won and 5 of them lost. Overall, his balance in the MMA is 23-5-0. Djokovic was a bit of a favorite in the clash with Gerald Mirshirt and wanted a fifth win in the last six clashes. The approach of the UFC Middleweight TOP15 was in jeopardy.
Before the Pole fight he argued that “he is as ready as ever before.” However, the American is a former middle-class champion and has two poles on the table. In the past, he has won with Oscar Pichoda and Bardos Fabinski. Jodhpur was the biggest challenge for him among the people of our country. However, Mirshirt wanted to extend his series without losing 4. The previous three contestants surrendered.
UFC Fight Night. Krzysztof Jotko vs Gerald Meerschaert
The rivals started the fight from opposite positions. Jodko tried to kick first and appeared to be a very active player. Then he also hit the front with a kick. In the middle of the first round, the 32-year-old was able to push his opponent into the net, but Jodko did not want to go on the field at any cost, keeping in mind that the Mirshirt fought very well. The American tried to kick back, but he looked very tired.
Jotko entered the second round and continued his plan for the fight. The Meerschaert pole could not be brought to ground. Jotko was successful in delivering punches and kicking it. The American was finally able to throw the 32-year-old out of Poland, but only for a moment, because Jodko got up quickly. It happened once again after a while. Just a minute before the end of the round, it was the pole that hit the opponent “from above”.
The Pole beat the Americans in his own style
Mirshirt started the third round with kicks. The American was very active because he had to trust the knockout to win. Jotko was stunned for a moment after a shot, but then he dominated the ground for several dozen seconds. At the end of the round the players looked more and more tired. The pole successfully brought the fight to ground, and the fight continued on this plane until almost the end. The judges unanimously decided that Jodka had won.
Krzysztof Głowacki returned to a particular style after a long hiatus. Competitor background only
“Communicator. Problem solver. Gamer. Passionate writer. Analyst. Avid creator. Lifelong travel maven. Tv evangelist.”