Top 5 UFC Heavyweights To Watch Out In 2021
The UFC Heavyweight Division is back into lime light and is stacked with some of the most exciting fights to come. Here's a look at some of the top prospects to in 2021
The rising Undefeated Heavyweight with a perfect 8-0 record, Cirly Gane is a dark horse in the Heavyweight division. His recent win over #3 ranked Heavyweight, Jairzinhio Rozentruik via Unanimous Decision made him a bonified contender for the Heavyweight Strap. Now just one win away from a crack at the title, it will be interesting to Gane in 2021.
The 6 feet 7 inch tall and just 32 year old, Giant Heavyweight, Alexander "Drago" Volkov has been competing in the UFC since 2016 at the Heavyweight division. But now moving towards his prime and coming off back-to-back wins over top contenders, which includes ending the final run off Alister Overeem, Volkov has certainly made a statement in the Heavyweight Division and undeniable a fighter to watch out for in 2021.
Aspinall has been on a run with a perfect 3-0 start in the UFC. He has a great momentum going on his way and coming off two back-to-back Knockout victories and beginning 2021 with a submission win over former Champion Andrei Arlovski. Now Aspinall is at a prime position to make a title run in 2021.
The "Bam Bam" Tai Tuivasa is a knockout specialist and is coming off Knockout wins over Hunsucker and Struve. Tuivasa has made a statement and could be a force to reckon with at Heavyweight division by the end of 2021, if he continues to keep the momentum moving forward.
Undeniably Jon "Bones" Jones is the greatest fighter to ever step foot into the octagon. His unpredictable style and ablility to pressure and hit the opponent for entire 25 minutes has been greatly successful in the octagon. Now his highly anticipated move up to the Heavyweight division has made him the major center of attraction and the thing to watch out for in 2021.
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The Brazilian Augusto Sakai was a rising star in 2019, but has not competed in 2020 after the Alister Overeem loss. It will be interesting to see Sakai in 2021, whether or not he could reach the Heavyweight Title picture.