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Da-Un Jung vs Shamil Gamzatov Booked for April 10

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South Korea’s Da Un Jung and undefeated Russian Shamil Gamzatov will face off in a clash between two promising light heavyweights. The fight is scheduled on 10 April 2021 on the Fight Night: Till vs Vettori card, and was first reported by SpoTV News.

Da Un Jung and Shamil Gamzatov Added for 10 April Clash

Da Un Jung is a 27-year old from South Korea who is undefeated in his last 13 professional fights and most recently fought out a split-decision draw with light heavyweight stalwart Sam Alvey, taking his record to 13-2-1.

Shamil Gamzatov is a highly-rated Dagestani fighter who is yet to taste defeat, earning ten finishes and four decision victories across both the UFC and PFL promotions. An exciting prospect, the 30-year old made a winning start to his UFC career with a win over Kidson Abreu but endured a frustrating 2020 after being pulled from three separate fights, each for unrelated issues.

The two fighters have been added to a card that is already brimming with excitement. In the main event, England’s Darren Till takes on Italy’s Marvin Vettori in a contest between two of Europe’s hottest talents. Check out the full card below!

UFC Fight Night: Till vs Vettori

Middleweight: Darren Till vs Marvin Vettori  
Strawweight: Nina Ansaroff vs Mackenzie Dern
Heavyweight: Yorgan de Castro vs Jarjis Danho
Lightweight: John Makdessi vs Ignacio Bahamondes
Featherweight: Arnold Allen vs Sodiq Yussuf
Welterweight: Mike Perry vs Daniel Rodriguez
Bantamweight: Norma Dumont vs Bea Malecki
Middleweight: Zak Cummings vs Sam Alvey
Middleweight: Aliaskhab Khizriev vs Kyle Daukaus
Featherweight: Luis Saldaña vs Jordan Griffin/
Bantamweight: Jack Shore vs Hunter Azure
Light heavyweight: Da Un Jung vs Shamil Gamzatov
Middleweight: Impa Kasanganay vs Sasha Palatnikov
Lightweight: Scott Holtzman vs Mateusz Gamrot

Which fight are you most looking forward to on this action packed card?

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