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“Dominant Victory Tonight Over a Legit Beast!”- Joe Rogan Hails Arman Tsarukyan

Published 07/18/2020, 9:48 PM EDT

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After an impressive win against Davi Ramos at UFC Fight Night 173, Arman Tsarukyan has garnered a lot of attention. The 26-year-old Russian is currently on a two-fight win streak and has already set his eyes over the top-10 lightweights of the promotion. Although the 155 lbs roster is one of the deepest division of UFC, MMA pundits like Joe Rogan already believes that Arman Tsarukyan can “stand out” amongst his peers.

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Joe Rogan posted a picture of the Russian fighter on Instagram, praising him for a sensational win against Davi Ramos. Though Rogan equally hailed Ramos as a “beast”, he explained why Tsarukyan is special.


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Joe Rogan praises Arman Tsarukyan for his latest win

The celebrity MMA commentator believes that Davi Ramos is a special opponent. Thus, vanquishing him inside the octagon has seemingly thrilled Joe Rogan for all the obvious reasons. The UFC commentator wrote in the caption, “This @UFC undercard has some great talent, but this guy @arm_011 is a SERIOUS standout. At only 23 years old he’s one of the most promising talents in the sport, and a dominant victory tonight over a legit beast like Davi Ramos is super impressive. Keep your eyes on this kid!”

Needless to say, Joe Rogan’s “kid” has already called out Al Iaquinta in his post-fight interview. Boasting a UFC record of 2-1 now, Arman seems confident about taking on the top-rated lightweights. However, the Russian might have to prove himself several times before he finally attains a shot at the top-10 155 lbs contenders.


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How did the Russian win at Fight Island?


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Arman faced Davi Ramos at UFC Fight Night and notched a one-sided dominance. Despite being unable to finish the fight, the Russian seemingly unveiled a one-man show in the matchup. With 91 significant strikes and 1 successful takedown, Tsarukyan bagged a comfortable win via unanimous decision.

A couple of more wins in the stacked 155 lbs division, and the 26-year-old can bag a shot at the top-10 fighters. However, for now, Tsarukyan has to keep doing what he is doing.


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Written by:

Raj Sarkar


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A senior boxing writer at EssentiallySports, Raj Sarkar is a mass media graduate who is currently pursuing his master’s degree in broadcast journalism. In addition to his current role, he has worked with the MMA team at EssentiallySports and has interviewed prominent fighters such as Ritu Phogat and 'The Red King' Rory MacDonald. He combined his bachelor's degree with his adoration for combat sports and has a combined 2000 plus bylines in MMA and boxing over the last two years.
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