Sergei Pavlovich is a Russian MMA fighter who competes in the heavyweight division. He was the former Fight Nights Global Champion and currently competes in the UFC. Well, his UFC debut wasn’t as expected. He lost his very first fight in the UFC ring against Alistair Overeem by knockout. But that didn’t stop him, and now he is on a six-match winning streak. Moreover, he is just one win away from competing for the UFC heavyweight championship. So let’s not wait anymore and know about the Russian mixed martial artists.
Age, Height, and Weight
Pavlovich was born on May 13, 1992, in Rostov Oblast, Russia, and currently he is 31 years old. He was just 5 years old when he was introduced to wrestling. Sooner, he joined one of the regional academies and joined the Russian army. Later, when he left the army, his MMA journey began.
When it comes to his height, he is 1.91 meters tall, which is around 6 feet 3 inches. Whereas he competes in the heavyweight division, and his weight is around 261 lbs.
The Russian mixed martial artist made his UFC debut against Alistair Overeem during the UFC Fight Night event. Since then, he has competed in seven fights in the UFC ring. Sergei Pavlovich record in the UFC is 6-1-0.
He lost his debut fight in the UFC, and that is his only loss in his UFC and MMA career. Currently, he is on a 6-match winning streak and just one win away from getting his shot at the UFC heavyweight championship.
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The professional fighter has an Instagram account under the username @sergei__pavlovich and has a verified Instagram account. So far, he has over 470k followers and is an active social media user. He loves to post pictures and reels and has more than 460 posts on his Instagram account.
Sergei Pavlovich next fight in the UFC is going to be against Tom Aspinall for the UFC interim heavyweight championship. This fight will be at the UFC 295 event after the champion, Jon Jones, suffered an injury. If he wins this fight, he will be fighting for the UFC heavyweight championship against Jon Jones.
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