Aleksandar Rakic what’s next after loss to Oezdemir

Aleksandar Rakic rising Light Heavyweight Fighter was 4-0 with the UFC before losing Volkan Oezdemir at UFC Edgar vs Korean Zombie. Rakic still young and promising has a bright future ahead of him, What’s next for Rakic in 2020 and the future for the Austrian Light Heavyweight?

Change Gyms

No secret the best fighters train at the best gyms in the world. Rakic trains at Gym 23, Local Gym from Austria. Time for Aleksandar to make the right decision and switch over to a Top Five MMA Gym to get world class COACHING!!

  • Alliance MMA- Alexander Gustafsson, Phil Davis, Brandon Vera, Emmanuel Sordi. Coached by Eric Del Fierro one of the best coaches in the world
  • Tristar Gym- Johnny Walker, Rory MacDonald and coached by Firas Zahabi.
  • City Kickboxing- Israel Adesanya Coached by Eugene Bareman.
  • American Kickboxing Academy- Daniel Cormier, Luke Rockhold, Justin Willis and coached by Javier Mendez.

The 4 MMA Gyms would be perfect for Aleksandar Rakic, Guiding Rakic for a Light Heavyweight Title Shot.

Rakic Fight Options 2020

Aleksandar Rakic believes he won his fight against Volkan Oezdemir but lost anyway. If he won be in the running for a title shot top 5 Light Heavyweight but not the case. Ranked #10 UFC Light Heavyweight Rankings.

Jacare Souza

Jacare Souza Former Strike Force Middleweight Champion moved up to Light Heavyweight and lost to Jan Blachowicz. Next fight is against Urijah Hall at UFC 249.

Urijah Hall

Urijah Hall following Luke Rockhold, Chris Wideman, Jacare Souza by moving up to Light Heavyweight and getting a title shot faster. Hall former Ultimate Fighter winner be a interesting fight for Rakic. The winner of Souza vs Hall should fight Rakic.

Misha Cirkunov

Misha Cirkunov top 15 Light Heavyweight submission win vs rising Light Heavyweight Prospect Jim Crute. Streaky fighter but tough test for Rakic to return from his loss.

Jun 1, 2019; Stockholm, Sweden; Jimi Manuwa (red gloves) fights Aleksandar Rakic (blue gloves) at Ericsson Globe. Mandatory Credit: Per Haljestam-USA TODAY Sports

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