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Sport Floyd Mayweather client Makhmud Muradov vs. Krzysztof Jotko set for UFC on Oct. 17

23:52  01 august  2020
23:52  01 august  2020 Source:   mmajunkie.com

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Surging middleweights will meet in October when Krzysztof Jotko takes on Floyd Mayweather client Makhmud Muradov.

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MMA Junkie today verified with multiple people close to the situation that Jotko (22-4 MMA, 9-4 UFC) and Muradov (24-6 MMA, 2-0 UFC) have agreed to meet on UFC’s Oct. 17 event, which goes not have a location. The people requested anonymity because UFC has yet to make an official announcement.

Jotko, 30, will attempt to build on a three-fight winning streak, the most recent of which saw him beat Eryk Anders by decision at UFC on ESPN 8 in May. The Polish fighters has managed to bounce back from losing three in a row in 2017-2018, albeit to top competition in Brad Tavares, Uriah Hall and David Branch.

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Muradov, 30, has had a hot start to his UFC career. After winning his promotional debut with a short-notice decision win over Alessio Di Chirico, Muradov showed his capabilities with a full training camp when he scored a devastating third-round knockout of Trevor Smith at UFC on ESPN 7 in December.

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