Billy Meyer Week 3 of October Prospects to Watch

Francesco Patron Manzo

Mexico born and raised, Straight killer fighting on October 15th, Lux Fight League 17 Main Event fight against current Lux Fight League Bantamweight Champion Marco Beltran (Former UFC fighter and Ultimate Fighter).

Defeating former UFC fighter Beltran would be a awesome win that can help Manzo fight on the Dana White Contender Series. Sean Shelby and Mick Maynard are scouting the world to fill there Tuesday Night Cards and Manzo can fill a slot.

Dana White wants to find finishers, Non-Boring fighters and he fits the bill.

  • 8-0 25 years old
  • 4 First Round finishes
  • Two knockouts
  • 4 submission wins

Yun Jae Jung

Rising South Korean Lightweight prospect, Reminds me of Current PFL Lightweight Champion Natan Schulte and Drew Dober because of their stocky built and power fighting style.

Moving up to the Welterweight Division to fight Syuk Hyun Ko for the AFC Welterweight Title (6-1 record) three first round finishes.

Mateusz Rębecki FEN 36

Defending his FEN Lightweight Title is one of the best Lightweight prospects in Europe. Defeating killers on his 10 fight winning streak.

“Rębecki’s current run is very impressive. He’s not only defeating but finishing some of the best Lightweight competition available in Europe, including the reigning KSW Lightweight champion. His signing should be a no-brainer, and he’d be a great addition to the murderer’s row that is the UFC Lightweight division.”

@Grabaka_Hitman

Winning against fighters with (30-12) Fabiano Silva, Magomed Magomedov (12-2), Kaik Brito Brazilian Lightweight prospect 12-1.

5x FN Lightweight Title Defenses. Facing one of his toughest test at FEN 36 Aigun Akmedov 22-2 record.

Background in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, 2x ADCC Poland Gold Medalist.

Time for Bellator, UFC, One Championship go through a bidding war for one of the best Lightweights not contracted with the top 3 promotions.

Comparison- Eddie Alvarez and Michael Chandler

Kirill Kornilov

Russian Heavyweight prospect and Kickboxer with a 6-0 record is headlining RCC: Intro 16 against 21-8 Ednaldo Oliveira.

UFC needs new Heavyweights desperately and Kornilov can help. He’s a very good striker, Entertaining the fans with his striking.

Renat Khavalov

Student of Abdulmunap Nurmagomedov, Training at his Khabib’s father academy in Dagestan is the current Eagles Fighting Championship Bantamweight Champion. Renat Khavalov undefeated Bantamweight prospect flying under the radar.

Every fighter he fought all had winning records. Renat’s pro debut fought a fighter with a 10-7 record. In his short stint as an amateur fought in the Russian MMA Championships.

Khabib and Ali are pushing there Dagestan friends to fight for UFC, Bellator and One Championship. Renat is one of those kids that will fight for one of the top 3 promotions as the talent speaks for itself.

Magomed Suleymanov

Raw potential, Magomed Suleymanov has the makings to become a VERY VERY GOOD Featherweight. Watch this kid rise and rise every year. Must be under 23 years old.

All-Around skills who will be a killer in the next following years.

Mansur Dzhamburaev

Well Rounded 24 year old Welterweight. Watching his ACA young eagles fights you can hear the pop in this Russian savage hands. Hits like a mack truck.

  • Fought for ACA Young Eagles, WFCA
  • 26 years old
  • 9-2 record


Diego Lopes Fury FC 52

Part of the next generation of Brazilian MMA fighters to chase top 3 MMA titles is Diego Lopes.

Looks to bounce back in win against Nate Richardson at Fury FC 52 for the FFC Featherweight title.

“I don’t feel that the defeat affected me,” Lopes said. “I am a fighter who takes advantage of everything. I know that I had many mistakes in this last fight, but I am not going to make mistakes again. I think that with a full camp I can show what I am capable of

https://www.ufc.com/news/diego-lopes-bounces-back-dwcs-ufc-fight-pass-read

One of the best Featherweight prospects in the world. 19-4 record fought on the Dana White Contender Series and loss against Joanderson Brito in a short notice fight.

Defeated former UFC fighters Marco Beltran, Rony Jason in his winning streak of runs in the Lux Fight League Featherweight title run.

Diego Lopes is fighting a high level kickboxer fought in the Glory Kickboxing Promotion Nate Richardson. Fought in the Legacy Fighting Alliance promotion and is now making his Fury FC debut.

Lopes defeats this high level striker that will be a great bounce back win and a call back to the Dana White Contender Series.

Levi Mowles Fury FC 52

Number one Bantamweight prospect in the United States is destined to fight for the Dana White Contender Series.

Won Bantamweight titles all over the world from Cage Fury Fighting Championship, Atlas Fights and now looking to become the Fury FC Bantamweight Champion by facing the MMA veteran Johnny Campbell coming of a win against Henry Corrales at Bellator 258.

  • 15-4 record
  • 26 years old
  • CFFC Bantamweight Champion, Atlas Fighting Champion
  • Wins over Adrian Yanez, Jimmy Flick.

“I feel like in all my fights, the goal has been to make a statement, and it’s not so much make a statement as in something flashy as it is in being entertaining,” Mowles said. “I want to be someone that people want to watch, regardless of it’s the first time you’ve ever seen me or it’s the 20th. I feel like that’s what keeps people around, and whether you’re the greatest in the world or you’re a middle-of-the-road guy, if people want to watch you fight, that’s what it is to me.

“For me, to make a statement would just be go out there and do what I always do, and that’s for me to be exciting for everyone.”

https://cffc.tv/news/2020/10/23/levi-mowles-aims-for-big-show-but-more-focused-on-capturing-that-cowboy-vibe

Max Rohskopf

We all love a comeback story and Max Rohskopf returning to the UFC or signing a Bellator contract would be awesome to watch. Cheering for Max as he’s one talented fighter just had a bad night in the house.

Wish him the best and hope he wins tonight with a sweet statement win against Jordan Bailey.

Fighting for Cage Warriors as they begin to build there promotional brand in the United States. Max won his last fight against Jeff Creighton at Cage Warriors 126.

“I’m pumped to be able to fight for such a dope organisation!” he said. I want to go out there and put a show on for everybody and show all the hard work I’ve been putting in. This is a fight for the fans and for my family, I’m going out there to do damage and win. There is nothing in the world like winning for a top tier organization like Cage Warriors. This is just the beginning!” Max Rohskopf https://www.fightersonlymag.com/latest-news/max-rohskopf-aiming-for-back-to-back-wins-at-cage-warriors-130/

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