Tom Aspinall delivers a dominant victory at UFC London and sets his sights on Jon Jones. Read about Aspinall’s impressive comeback and his plans to challenge for the heavyweight title.
Tom Aspinall made a triumphant return to the Octagon at UFC London, delivering a stunning first-round stoppage of Marcin Tybura. The British heavyweight showcased his speed and striking prowess, putting on a dominant performance that has caught the attention of the MMA world.
Aspinall’s career was in jeopardy after suffering a serious knee injury against Curtis Blaydes. However, he showed no signs of rust as he unleashed a barrage of strikes on Tybura right from the start. A thunderous high kick in the opening seconds set the tone for the fight, proving that his knee problem is a thing of the past.
Tybura had no answer for Aspinall’s relentless offense. The Polish fighter swung and missed, while Aspinall capitalized on every opportunity. A powerful straight right hand from Aspinall sent Tybura crashing to the canvas, and referee Marc Goddard had no choice but to stop the fight after just one minute and 13 seconds.
Following his impressive victory, Aspinall wasted no time in setting his sights on the ultimate prize—the heavyweight champion, Jon Jones. In a post-fight interview, Aspinall declared, “I am going all the way.” He acknowledged the challenges he has faced in the past year but emphasized that he is a different fighter now—mentally and physically.
Aspinall revealed his two-fight roadmap to the title, starting with a front-row seat at the upcoming Ciryl Gane vs. Sergey Spivak bout in Paris. Aspinall plans to face the winner and then set his sights on Jon Jones. With his dominant performance against Tybura, Aspinall has proven that he is a force to be reckoned with in the heavyweight division.
|Tom Aspinall||Win by KO/TKO (Round 1)|
|Marcin Tybura||Loss by KO/TKO (Round 1)|
- Tom Aspinall returns from a serious knee injury with a first-round stoppage of Marcin Tybura at UFC London
- Aspinall showcases his speed and striking ability, proving he is back at full strength
- Aspinall calls out heavyweight champion Jon Jones, setting his sights on the title
- Aspinall outlines his two-fight roadmap to the title, starting with a front-row seat at Ciryl Gane vs. Sergey Spivak