We take a look at the UFC debut and record of the Polish fighter Marcin Prachnio
Marcin Prachnio is a Polish mixed martial artist who competes in the light heavyweight division of the UFC. Marcin has been competing as a professional mixed martial artist since 2013 and has 20 pro fights under his belt.
Marcin began training Karate at the age of 13 after having to convince his parents for a long time. Eventually, he became a multiple-time Polish champion in kyokushin karate and was placed second in European championships. He moved to Amsterdam in 2013, in search of a new conquest and path.
After making his pro-MMA debut in local European fighting promotions, Marcin would then go on to sign with the One Championship, where he has competed in the middleweight, light heavyweight and heavyweight division. Marcin made his UFC debut in 2018 against Sam Alvey but lost the fight by knockout. After being in turmoil for three straight losses since his UFC debut, he finally got his winning engine running after picking up a victory against Khalil Rountree at UFC 257.
What is the pro-MMA record of Marcin Prachnio ?
Marcin Prachnio began his MMA career in 2013 fighting in the Ultimate Warrior Challenge in the UK. After winning his first two fights, he would eventually succumb to his first defeat at Final Fight Championship. He signed with the One Championship with a record of 10 wins and 2 losses, and won his debut via TKO.
He was undefeated in One Championship with a record of 4-0 before he signed with the UFC. His record currently in the UFC stands at 3 losses and 1 win. His overall MMA record stands at 15 wins and 5 losses. He is scheduled to fight Philipe Lins this weekend at UFC Vegas 52.
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