Kamaru Usman has lastly accomplished it. The welterweight champion has surpassed the previous gentle heavyweight champion, Jon Jones, because the primary pound-for-pound fighter.
Kamaru Usman is the present UFC welterweight champion and has been lengthy resulting from turn out to be the P4P king. Jon Jones, who was the previous gentle heavyweight champion has been inactive for a very long time whereas Usman has been cleansing the division’s greatest one after the other. From a number of stories, plainly UFC up to date their new P4P rankings in the present day.
MMA reporter Aaron Bronsteter was the primary to convey up this replace to the mainstream information on Twitter. Usman’s supervisor Ali Abdelaziz was delighted that his fighter grew to become the P4P king and wrote on Twitter, “It’s just one king within the jungle and he’s proper there this dumb ass media take them so lengthy acknowledge this thanks for everybody who believes in him.”
How Kamaru Usman grew to become the brand new P4P king?
Usman has been lengthy due his credit score for being one of the crucial dominant welterweight fighters of all time. Since 2019, Kamaru has managed to struggle 5 occasions within the octagon. He’s undoubtedly one of the crucial energetic champions. In a span of two years, not solely has the ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ received the belt but additionally has defended it 4 occasions.
Usman grew to become the welterweight champion on March 2, 2019, at UFC 235 by defeating former champion, Tyron Woodley. He has then gone on to utterly destroy his subsequent 4 opponents. He has defended his belt in opposition to Colby Covington, Gilbert Burns, and Jorge Masvidal, twice. Kamaru has a report of 19-1-0 in his whole skilled MMA profession. He’s now scheduled to struggle Colby Covington in a title rematch at UFC 268. Do you suppose Usman can turn out to be the welterweight GOAT?
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