The excellent fighter born in Poland, Michal Oleksiejczuk, dreams of going very far in UFC. As it has achieved Jan Blachowicz In the Semi-Heavyweights, he wants to do it too. The craziest part of all is that he competes in the same division, so the compatriots could cross paths in the future. This being the case, he does not despair and knows that he has to go step by step.
In this way, making it clear how he lives this great present in his career, Oleksiejczuk He acknowledged the following about it: “I think I fought a good fight. My movement was good, my boxing was sharp. I need to see him again, but I am happy that I won and I am happy with my fight. It is no coincidence that Modestas is a fighter of UFC. He’s a great fighter, a tall one.
He was dangerous. He had his moments so it was a tough fight, a tough opponent. I am happy to have won. I thought I had won the fight. I was the most active. I was the one who pushed while he fled for the most part, so I think that’s why the judges decided in my favor, “also expressed the Pole, who wants to be able to go as far as his compatriot.
For its part, Michal he dictated: «I am very happy with the victory, but my goal is to be the best, to be the champion. It doesn’t matter if it will take me five or ten years. I will do it and I will be a champion. So it doesn’t change much: I still have to work hard and be a better fighter every day. I know that I can give much more still and finish any opponent that they put me in front of. That’s what I’m here for.
“My team did a great job, so I will celebrate with them here in Las Vegas. Later I will return to Poland with my wife to celebrate with her. I’d like to face Ion Cutelaba next. That was the fight that was reserved for my debut. It was canceled and I would like to finally face him », he concluded Michal Oleksiejczuk, who is excited about being able to climb positions in the UFC.
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