May Prospects of the Month to Watch 2022

Bunch of MMA prospects to watch this month, Future UFC fighters on this list.

Regional Events are putting some good shows, Definitely watch them on UFC Fight Pass.

Daniel Argueta LFA 131

Jackson Wink MMA always produces world class fighters since the golden age of Mix Martial Arts.

Daniel Argueta part of the next crop of talent to come out of Jackson’s.

Undefeated record of 7-0 making his name be known under the Legacy Fighting Alliance, Major win in his last fight against undefeated Brazilian prospect Mairon Santos.

Next fight is against Diego Silva last fight defeated former UFC fighter Andre Soukhamthath. Silva is a good step up in competition but Daniel Argueta is looking real good lately. Hungry for that UFC contract.

Argueta fighting style will overwhelm Diego Silva with pressure from the boxing, Slams to the ground and ground & pound pressure.

Mixture fighting styles to Colby Covington, TJ Dillashaw and Aaron Pico.

  • 28 years old
  • Trains at Jackson Wink MMA
  • 7-0 record
  • Mexican Judo
  • Similar to TJ Dillashaw, Aaron Pico
  • Contestant on the Ultimate Fighter

Nkazimulo Zulu

Zulu Boy one of the best flyweight prospects outside of the UFC and One Championship.

Former EFC (South Africa #1 Promotion) Flyweight Champion desiring a Flyweight title shot again but needs to beat Gian Souza at EFC Fight Night 2.

Souza part of the Pitbull Brothers fighting system, Use his size and counter striking ability to finish Zulu but Zulu will use his quick movements, Unexpected shots, Athleticism to win.

  • 32 years old
  • Former EFC Flyweight Champion

Hae Jin Park

Future One Championship or UFC signee is one of the best South Korean MMA prospects in 2022.

Park defending his Road FC Featherweight title against top five South Korean Featherweight Soo Chul Kim. (Former Road FC Bantamweight Champion)

Overall has a good striking, submission game. Needs to work on his defensive striking much as possible for he can become a lethal fighter.

Aleksandr Maslov

Number One Heavyweight prospect is fighting on the ARES FC card. Facing a more experienced Heavyweight 23-9 record.

What makes Maslov a top Heavyweight prospect is he’s a hybrid. Not the usual slower Heavyweight.

Finishes fights quickly. Six out of his nine wins have been by first round knockout.

Won a Open FC Heavyweight Title before signing with ARES FC promotion.

Maslov definitely can fight the distance, Not get extremely gassed out which is a good sign. Pretty good boxing, Solid movement for a Heavyweight.

Boxing inside the pocket is nasty, Puts on seven punch combinations. Low Leg kicks outside.

Impressed me when he defeated former UFC Heavyweight Luis Henrique. Showing his best boxing, Conditioning was on point. Appreciated even in the later rounds putting on a pressure.

  • 28 years old
  • 9-1 record
  • OPEN FC Heavyweight Champion
  • #1 Heavyweight prospect
  • Best ability- Boxing

Da’Mon Blackshear

Major accomplishment for a MMA fighter is to win a Cage Fury Fighting Championship Bantamweight title. Congratulations he did it against a solid fighter in Deandre Anderson with a first round rear naked choke.

Current CFFC Bantamweight Champion trains at Jackson Wink MMA with some of the best fighters in the world training there. Top Five MMA Gym.

Blackshear has the speed advantage against most of his opponents, Love the way he mixes up his boxing with muay thai inside the pocket. Ambushing the fighter with volume punches and knees to the head.

Appreciate his quickness and impressive performances. Highly recommend watching the fight against Mateo Vogel.

Da’Mon showed me a great fight where he used his athleticism, quickness, Boxing ability.

Blackshear upcoming fight is against 11-7 Josh Smith. Looking forward to watching CFFC 108.

  • 27 years old
  • CFFC Bantamweight Champion
  • One fight with Bellator

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