Saidyokub Kakhramonov Dropped From The UFC

Despite going 2-1 with the promotion

In a surprising turn of events, Uzbek Fighter, Saidyokub Kakhramonov, has announced that he has been dropped from the UFC roster on Twitter, despite having a solid record of 2 wins and 1 loss. Kakhramonov expressed his disbelief at the decision in a now-deleted tweet.

American fans were left stunned by the unexpected move from the UFC, as Kakhramonov had shown great potential in the octagon. His powerful punches and dynamic footwork had earned him a loyal following among fight enthusiasts.

The UFC is renowned for being one of the most competitive mixed martial arts organizations in the world, and their decision to drop Kakhramonov has caused much speculation among fans. Was it a personal decision, or was there something more to it?

“Before you see my name on the ufc Roster watch lol UFC releasing me after 1 lost smh,” he wrote.

“I never had fair shake in the ufc 3 fights almost in 2 years. Every time I walked into cage it felt like my debut. Sh*t 3 fights in 2 years? Feels like they brought me in to lose.”

Kakhramonov made his UFC debut in 2021 by guillotine-choking Trevin Jones in the third round. After a fight with Brian Kelleher was postponed last year, he defeated Ronnie Lawrence by unanimous decision.

He was defeated by Said Nurmagomedov in December through guillotine choke in the second round. Up until that point, it appeared as though Kakhramonov was winning the fight.

“My last fight was the one of the dumbest fights I ever had even then I was still winning until I wasn’t,” he tweeted (per MMA Junkie). “UFC never gave me platform to really show myself my personality. It was an always either you take this or you wait another 6 months.”

In another tweet, Kakhramonov expressed his belief that the promotion was keeping Umar Nurmagomedov, a competitor to whom he had previously lost a decision, from him.

In addition, Kakhramonov expressed his perplexity over why he had been dropped, speculating that it was because the UFC had trouble matching him with opponents.

“I don’t do drugs? I don’t have felony I don’t Do steroids,” he tweeted. “All I do is make matchmakers life hard. Because nobody wants to fight me.”

Currently, Kakhramonov has a 10-3 record. He competed in the CFFC, WXC, and Ring of Combat prior to joining the UFC.

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