Bartosz Fabiński faces Oskar Piechoty’s former competitor Gerald Meerschaert at UFC Vegas 24. The results of the planned three five-minute matchups were unexpectedly short because the Americans only needed two minutes to win.
As stated on the inthecage.pl portal, Meerschaert immediately started straight from the right, but Fabiński paid a blow and started the exchange. He drove the Americans offline and began to work there. After a while, the competitor managed to reverse the position and then worked very aggressively in bending over. After breaking up, Fabiński stood up, but left his head inadvertently. Meerschaert quickly took advantage of this and built a guillotine. The suffocation is indeed severe, but the Poles did not take it off. The judge saw Fabyski lose consciousness and stopped the fight.
The 33-year-old Gerald Meerschaert has a record of 32 wins and 15 losses, but 24 of his 32 victories came from obedience. Similarly, in July 2018, he also defeated another Polish Oskar Piechota (Oskar Piechota). Bartosz Fabiński’s balance sheet is 15-5. He played seven games in the UFC and he won four games.
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