“Welterweight needs to fear him,” Belal Muhammad and more react to Shavkat Rakhmonov’s landmark finish at UFC Vegas 57

Rakhmonov is now 16-0 in his overall MMA career with a 100% finish rate and equal number of submissions and knockouts.

Shavkat Rakhmonov at UFC Vegas 57

Shavkat Rakhmonov is coming off the biggest win of his career and he keeps his status as an undefeated fighter intact as he finishes Neil Magny in a fight that was thought to be going to be the first decision victory for Rakhmonov in the co-main of UFC Vegas 57. Rakhmonov also has the record for 100 per cent finish rate. Rakhmonov is now looking for a fight against top welterweight contenders that will get him closer to top 5 status and eventually closer to a title shot.

Rakhmonov has called out former 2-time UFC title challenger Stephen Thompson and this fight can be a complete barn burner if it is decided to be kept on feet. Rakhmonov is a definite problem and might be the next name after Khamzat Chimaev to pose a problem that no one wants to face at the welterweight division. The future of this Kazakh fighter seems brighter than ever today while he proved so by making the easy work of the toughest test of his career.

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“It’s Shavkat time,” top journalists and fighters see a huge representation of Kazakhstan in Shavkat Rakhmonov

Neil Magny vs Shavkat Rakhmonov

Watch out for the likes of UFC fighters Terrance McKinney, Belal Muhammad and Muhammad Mokaev as they acknowledge that it’s Rakhmonov’s time indeed to shine as he is coming unstoppable heavy on the top now. Sports journalists are just in awe of how good Rakhmonov is and how far he can go in keeping his finisher and undefeated fighter status. Rakhmonov in his octagon interview sent a message to Dana White to remember his name as he is well on his way to becoming the UFC champion per his belief.

What do you make of Shavkat Rakhmonov’s win over Magny and who do you think is next for the former? Do you think Rakhmonov’s potential will peak at being the first Kazakh UFC champion? The fight the fans might want the most is a clash of real hype trains when Rakhmonov would someday likely face #3 ranked welterweight Khamzat Chimaev. How do you think that fight will go? Both the fighters are complete mixed-martial artists with no weaknesses whatsoever and can dominate the game the way they want to. This will be rather a technically aggressive fight.

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