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UFC on ESPN 54 winner Kyle Nelson calls out Nate Landwehr, says ‘we’ll see him fall asleep’

March 31, 2024 4:15 pm ET ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Kyle Nelson wants a piece of Nate Landwehr The UFC featherweight called out Landwehr on Saturday following their respective wins at UFC on ESPN 54. Nelson (16-5-1 MMA, 4-4-1 UFC) stopped Bill Algeo (19-7 MMA, 5-4 UFC) by standing TKO in the first round, while

UFC on ESPN 54 winner Kyle Nelson calls out Nate Landwehr, says ‘we’ll see him fall asleep’


ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Kyle Nelson needs a chunk of Nate Landwehr

The UFC featherweight known as out Landwehr on Saturday following their respective wins at UFC on ESPN 54. Nelson (16-5-1 MMA, 4-4-1 UFC) stopped Invoice Algeo (19-7 MMA, 5-4 UFC) by standing TKO within the first spherical, whereas Landwehr knocked out Jamall Emmers additionally within the first.

Nelson has been eyeing Landwehr for a while and given the current outcomes, he believes a combat between the 2 is sensible.

“Nate has been on my radar for a very long time,” Nelson advised reporters, together with MMA Junkie, backstage at Boardwalk Corridor. “We fought at UFC Vancouver in Canada collectively, and all of the 145ers are on my radar. Nate had efficiency tonight. I like to face and bang, he likes to face and bang, so it is sensible to me.”

Nelson has picked up momentum within the final yr. He’s now on a three-fight successful streak and seeking to proceed to increase it. The Canadian believes that if he have been to get his want granted, he’d end Landwehr similar to he did Algeo.

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“It’s in all probability going to be fairly just like the one I simply had,” Nelson mentioned. “Nate can be a really powerful man. I feel I’m going to hit him with some laborious pictures, and this time we’ll see him fall asleep.”

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