In answering the call on less than a day’s notice, Yordenis Ugas helped save the show while continuing to make up for lost time in his resurrected career.
The last time fight fans saw Levan Ghvamichava prior to Tuesday night, the hirsute Eastern European was doubled over on his right knee and being counted out after getting tagged with a fifth-round shot to the liver.
One thing you can say about Levan Ghvamichava: “The Wolf” knows how to roll with the punches.
After his first two scheduled opponents dropped out for different reasons, Levan “The Wolf” Ghvamichava is hoping the third foe is the charm.
Unbeaten 147-pound contender Sammy Vasquez Jr. desperately wants to test himself against a world-class opponent.
Neither Felix Diaz nor Levan Ghvamichava has suffered back-to-back defeats in their professional careers. Now one of those fighters is about to face that stark reality when they face each other.
Sergey Lipinets is talking about eating endless elbows and legs, the steady diet of punishment inherent in his past as a professional kickboxer. “Those shots will either make you fall down or become real, real, real tough,” he says. Lipinets isn’t big on the whole falling down thing. So, real, real, real tough he became.