Next King of the UFC Lightweight Division

Arman Tsarukyan 1-1 with the UFC, Debut fight was against Islam Makhachev. Even tho he lost fought five rounds and even made Joe Rogan impress with his grappling at 22 years old. Arman at 23 years old see him being the next king of the Lightweight division similar to Khabib with grappling ability.

Arman grappled his way to victory against Olivier Aubin- Mercier a tough UFC fighter who was cut by the UFC and now fighting for the Professional Fighters League.

Next fight for Arman is against Davi Ramos but thanks to the coranvirus that fight is postponed but expect Arman to dominate Ramos with grappling.

Trains at Tiger Muay Thai with Valentina Shevchenko, Alexey Kunchenko, Petr Yan, Timofey Nastyukhin, Damir Ismagulov. A lot of different looks from training partners. Learning from the greatest fighters in the world.

Arman Tsarukyan has beaten good competition including former UFC fighters Junior Assuncao, Takenori Sato, and Felipe Oliviera. Tsarukyan is a great addition to the UFC’s lightweight division. At only 22, he has a very high ceiling. He’s an excellent wrestler, has perfect timing on his shots, and if he doesn’t get it the first time, he will adjust and get the takedown. https://cagesidepress.com/2019/04/06/welcome-ufc-arman-tsarukyan/

Rise of UFC 2020 and 2021

Arman in 2020 I hope he fights the top 15-20 Lightweights like Drew Dober, David Teymur, Francisco Trinaldo.

Back at Tiger Muay Thai Arman can work on his striking, Learning different combinations from striking coach Rafael Fiziev.

If he obsessively works on his striking he’ll be an absolute monster. Above average striking with his world class grappling he’ll be a top 15 UFC Lightweight.

Wrestling is the most important style of MMA and that can lead to several victories for Arman.

Becoming one of the rising Lightweights at 23 and 24 years old.

24 years old we can see Arman ranked in the 5-10 fighting rising Lightweights like Nasrat Hapqarast, Veterans like Dustin Poirier, Al Iaquinta and Gregor Gillespie.

Contender and Title Challenger 2022

Rematch against Islam Makhachev in a Lightweight Title contender fight can begin 2022., Two of the best grapplers in the UFC if Islam isn’t a UFC Lightweight Champion by now.

Contender fight for Arman can be fighting Kevin Lee. Arman vs Kevin Lee be a sick fight as Kevin Lee will be in the prime of his career hopefully growing as a fighter, Coached by Firas Zahabi.

Last Contender Fight option is fighting Dan Hooker if he’s still fighting.

If Arman can defeat Islam or Kevin Lee he deserves a title fight against Tony Ferguson.

Believe by 2022 Khabib will retire and the next Lightweight Champion will be Tony Ferguson as he continues to become one of the best fighters of all time.

Facing a wild Tony Ferguson but can grapple his way to victory, Too strong for Tony. Helps facing an older Tony Ferguson helps as well.

Reign of the Lightweight Division 2022-2027

Defeating Tony Ferguson for the Lightweight Title will give Arman a boost of confidence as the new version of Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Defending his title against Kevin Lee, Dan Hooker, Renato Moicano, Dustin Poirier,

Fighting Rising lightweights like Luis Pena, Steve Garcia, Nasrat, Brad Riddell. Fighting twice a year becoming one of UFC Stars.

Personally with me Arman will be dominating his opponents because of his wrestling but expect fireworks when he fights his future rival Islam Makhachev.

Trilogy fight between Islam vs Arman will be one of the best fights in UFC history as you can see Arman lose again to Islam.

Overall Arman will become one of the greatest Lightweight fighters of all time in his prime of his career. 27-32 years old, Five year run of greatness retiring on top.

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