Prochazka’s Debut In UFC Ends In 2nd Round

Jiri Prochazka Debuted In UFC In Style

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Jiri Prochazka‘s debuted in ufc 251 with 9th consecutive KO in his career.

Jiri Prochazka Debuted In UFC In Style | Sports Talk Line

Prochazka, 27, from Brno Czech Republic faced Swiss fighter Volkan Oezdemir, 30.

Fist round didn’t really go in Prochazka’s favor he got punched a lot and at times had to dance his way out of the barrage of punches his opponent threw at him.

Oezdemir may have celebrate too early and evident lack of concentration cost him the fight early in the 2nd round.

Despite getting hammered in the 1st round Prochazka came back strong in the second and landed his 9th consecutive KO win and his 1st (of many) in UFC octagon.

At times Prochazka was a bit raw and high caliber opponent would make him pay but Oezdemir, with respect, could not capitalize on Prochazka’s first round mistakes.

Good luck to both fighters in the future!

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