Russian Mixed Martial Artist Magomed Umalatov competes in the Welterweight weight class.
With the Eagles MMA, Astrakhan, he is one of the rising stars associated. He is ranked 21st-ranked Russian Pro Welterweights and he is currently the 10th-ranked active United States Pro Welterweights.
In the PFL 2021 #7, the fighter’s last fight was a unanimous victory over Leandro Sulva. His fight with Ray Cooper III was cancelled due to the withdrawal of Umalatov, the fight was set to be held in PFL 2022 #3 in Arlington, Texas.
Umalatov is one of the rising talents in the fight fraternity and he is known for his offensive-style fight. He is related with American Top Team.
Who Is Magomed Umalatov?
Mixes Martial Arts fighter, Magomed Umalatov is from Russia and currently competes in the Professional Fighters League (PFL) in the United States.
In the World of MMA, his nickname is Prince.
Umalatov was the WMMA European Champion of 2017. He is currently undefeated in the professional fight in the United States.
He is a dominant fighter whose pro record is 11-0-0. He won nine of them by TKO, one by submission, and the other one by unanimous decision.
On May 6, 2021, the MMA fighter beat the contender series veteran Kyron Bowen in his PLF debut via TKO.
Magomed Umalatov Age And Wikipedia
Magomed Nasrulaevich Umalatov is currently 30 years old. He was born on April 3, 1992. The MMA fighter weighs 170 lbs and is 6’1″ tall. His reach is 75.2 inches whereas his leg reach is 44 inches. His fighting style is hand-to-hand and sambo combat.
Umalatov was born in Zenzeli village in Limansky, Astrakhan, Russia. His fighting career began in 2016. He was trained by Magomodov Shamil Magomedovich and his brother Rustam Umalatov. He has earned MSMK in mixed martial arts in Russia. He currently resides in Miami, Florida.
Prince won the silver medal in the Russian Cup in SBE-MMA and the bronze medal in the Russian Championship in SBE-MMA. He also was the champion of the welterweight division of the Gorilla Fighting Championship and the champion of Russia in hand-to-hand combat.