Coming soon weekend, David Zawada will once again enter the UFC cage. But on the final straight, his opponent changed. “Sagat” will now face off against Alex Morono, who has announced he will seek a knockout.
David Sagat (17-6) has entered the UFC octagon four times so far, but not every fight has gone as he hoped. Representative UFD Gym He’s lost three times, which puts him in a rather problematic situation now. He must do everything in his power to win. But the experienced will now stand in his way Alex Morono (19-7) already has many well-known names on the map.
The American recently appeared on a broadcast Just Scrap Radiowhere was asked about the upcoming fight. As he himself said, he is very excited for the challenge and does not intend to underestimate his opponent in any way.
Early in my career I thought I would fight him. Much better than the UFC record suggests. It will be an interesting challenge, very exciting. He likes stand-up swaps and has good jiu-jitsu. We have similar styles, but differ significantly in experience with the octagon.
As for the battle itself, Morono is ready for anything. Fighting full-distance isn’t a big deal for him, although he’ll certainly be looking for an end—although he’s substituted.
I hope this fight can go anywhere, but I’m always looking for a knockout. Everyone knows what you get when you face me. I want to do as much damage as possible and try to finish it in the third round.
This will be the second challenge for Morono this year. He first appeared in May when he shared gloves with a former soldier of the American organization. Donaldem Cerrone (36-16). The match itself didn’t cause him any major problems, and he smashed “Cowboy” in its first episode.