The distance of one and a half years resulted in a slow start for Kennedy Nzechukwu, but he eventually warmed up in the second round and then met with a brutal right hook, bringing Carlos Ulberg to participate The UFC 259 preliminaries.
As a teammate and training partner of UFC middleweight boxing champion Israeli Adsania, Ulberg hyped in the battle, and in the first round of initial confrontation, he undoubtedly became a part of the future contenders.
Ulberg hit Nzechukwu with endless punches, aiming his fists at the body and head, and even attached the huge head. But Nzechukwu refused to leave, and while he absorbed the punishment, he watched Ulberg punch himself after doing his best to finish the game.
Nzechukwu said after winning his first victory since 2019: “It feels great. I just tried my best. I need that bell time. As my coach said, I just need to speed up. I just know I have to Step up. It was a perfect downtime. He is a tough guy.”
After missing from his octagonal debut, Nzechukwu now has a back-to-back victory, but nothing is more important than his victory on Saturday night. UFC day.