history. Shimon Smetritsky (0: 7) will fight on October 5 on Dana White’s “Contender” show for a UFC contract, and yesterday (Saturday) the popular MMA organization in the world announced that the Israeli fighter will compete in the main battle of the event and thus be the first Israeli ever to fight In the main fight at the UFC event.

In addition, the 20.year.old “assassin,” who will face 30.year.old Canadian Mike Mallot (6.1.1), will also become one of the youngest fighters in general to ever fight in the main event at a UFC event. If Smutritsky wins and wins the contract he will be one of the youngest fighters ever on the organization’s official roster.

Smutritsky said excitedly: “It’s a historic moment and a crazy class. All eyes are going to be on me and the pressure is great, but I’m confident in myself and my abilities. I’m going to bring home the win and the contract at the UFC and I’ll continue to make history.“

In addition, the Israeli fighter has been joined in recent days by his team of coaches from Israel, Moshik Keidar and Dudi Ben Zaken, who will be in his corner during the battle. In addition, former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir helps Smutritsky prepare for the important fight, as the Israeli increases the pace of training in the last line of the training camp that takes place at the Syndicate Institute in Las Vegas.

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