Tyson Pedro’s winning streak continues as he secures another finish at UFC 293. Pedro displayed his offensive skills and strategic shot selection, stunning his opponent Anton Turkalj with a precise one-two combination. Instead of rushing to finish the fight, Pedro patiently pressured Turkalj and waited for the perfect opportunity to strike. He successfully landed the decisive blow, adding another stoppage victory to his record. With a total of 10 wins, Pedro now boasts five knockouts and five submissions.
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Pedro (10-4) has had a successful run, winning three of his last four fights. This turnaround comes after a less favorable 1-3 stretch. Training with City Kickboxing, the same camp as UFC champions Israel Adesanya and Alexander Volkanovski, has clearly benefited Pedro.
Turkalj, on the other hand, has had a rough time in the UFC. The Swedish fighter has lost all three of his fights in the organization, despite coming in with a winning record on “Contender Series.” It’s possible that the UFC may release him following his lackluster performances.