Russian MMA fighter Roman Kopylov steps in to replace injured American Chris Curtis at the upcoming UFC Fight Night tournament. Read more about Kopylov’s rise in the MMA world and his upcoming fight against Anthony Hernandez.
Russian MMA Fighter Steps In for Injured American
Russian mixed martial artist (MMA) Roman Kopylov has been chosen to replace Chris Curtis at the upcoming UFC Fight Night tournament on September 16. Curtis, an American fighter, sustained a rib injury and will be unable to compete against fellow countryman Anthony Hernandez. Kopylov, who recently scored a knockout victory over Brazilian Claudio Ribeiro at UFC 291 in July, will now enter the octagon for his second fight in just two months. Prior to his recent success, Kopylov had secured two consecutive wins in the promotion. Having made his UFC debut in 2019, the Russian fighter boasts an impressive record of 11 wins and 2 losses in his 13 MMA fights.
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Impressive MMA Record
Roman Kopylov’s rise in the MMA world has been nothing short of remarkable. With 11 victories under his belt, he has proven himself as a formidable force in the octagon. His recent win over Claudio Ribeiro showcased his knockout power and solidified his position as a rising star in the sport.
With his upcoming fight against Anthony Hernandez, Kopylov has the opportunity to further solidify his status as a top contender in the UFC. Fans and analysts alike are eager to see if he can continue his winning streak and make a name for himself in the highly competitive world of mixed martial arts.