Mirsad Bektic 2019 UFC Featherweight Title Run!

Mirsad Bektic, UFC Featherweight at 28 years old who had the crazy fight with Darren Elkins is fighting on UFC on ESPN +13 against Josh Emmett which is no easy task.! However Bektic trains at Tristar Gym, Coached by the master himself Firas Zahabi. Bektic with a win over Josh Emmett will definitely place him in the top ten featherweight rankings and in a discussion as a Featherweight Contender.

Bektic coached by Firas Zahabi will help maximize Bektic potential and being a UFC Featherweight Champion. Bektic at 28 years old capable beating Max Holloway and the top ten featherweights on his best day!

“As far as can I beat them now? Yes, I can beat them now,” Bektic told MMA Junkie Radio. “But I’m getting better daily. I’m better today than I was yesterday. So I always have a mentality I can get better, I’m always open-minded, I listen to what people suggest to do and I try it and if it works for me, it works for me. If it doesn’t, I let it go and I keep getting better. When that time comes, I’m going to be better than I’m going to be Saturday night, and next year I’m going to be twice as good as, hopefully, I am this year. I believe you can’t just be stagnate.” https://www.fightful.com/mma/mirsad-bektic-says-he-can-beat-any-featherweight

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – JUNE 09: (R-L) Mirsad Bektic of Bosnia celebrates after defeating Ricardo Lamas in their featherweight fight during the UFC 225 event at the United Center on June 9, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Bektic on a two fight win streak, Latest win against Ricardo Lamas who faced Jose Aldo for the Featherweight Title.

Bektic took home a split-decision win, 29-28, 28-29 and 30-27.

“I know everyone was looking forward to this fight, and I’m fighting a guy in his hometown, so you always have to worry a little when the decision is split,” Bektic said after the win. “However, I thought I had done more and had been more dominant throughout each round to get the job done. https://mmajunkie.com/2018/06/ufc-225-results-mirsad-bektic-stifles-ricardo-lamas-takes-home-hard-fought-split-call

“My one loss was to a veteran, and Ricardo Lamas has been around for a long time, fighting some of the best in the world. I mean, this is a guy who fought (Jose) Aldo, so I wanted to learn from my mistakes in the (Darren) Elkins fight and really bring the fight to him. https://mmajunkie.com/2018/06/ufc-225-results-mirsad-bektic-stifles-ricardo-lamas-takes-home-hard-fought-split-call

Mirsad Bektic in the HIGHLIGHT video, Talks about becoming a Featherweight Champion because of the self confidence he has on himself. Belief that Firas Zahabi will coach him to get a Featherweight Title Shot and become Featherweight Champion.

Nov 17, 2012; Montreal, QC, Canada; Georges St-Pierre poses for a photo with his team after winning the Welterweight Championship bout against Carlos Condit at UFC 154 at the Bell Centre. St-Pierre defeated Condit by unanimous decision. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports

Bektic next step in getting the Featherweight Title Shot is by beating Josh Emmett and CALLING out a top five Featherweight. Excited to see Bektic improvements against a world class fighter in Josh Emmett.

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