Ludovit Klein puts Slovakia on the map!
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Nate Landwehr and Ludovit Klein will lock horns at an Ultimate Fighting Championship event on Oct. 16.
MMA DNA was first to report the booking. The event does not yet have an official location or headliner.
A former M-1 Global champion, Landwehr is 1-2 in his first three promotional appearances. In his last outing, “The Train” suffered a flying knee knockout loss to Julian Erosa 56 seconds into the opening round of their bout at UFC Fight Night 185. Landwehr was also knocked out by a knee from Herbert Burns in his Octagon debut but recovered to outpoint Darren Elkins in his next bout at UFC on ESPN 8.
Slovakia’s Klein has split his first two UFC bouts. After knocking out Shane Young in his first Octagon foray at UFC 253, “Mr. Highlight” dropped a decision to Michael Trizano at UFC on ESPN 24 on May 8. That defeat snapped an eight-fight winning streak for the Spartakus Fight Gym representative.
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