Saidyokub Kakhramonov

Uzbekistan

Fighting Lawrence in July
BantamweightUFC
April 8, 2022
Kakhramonov will take on Ronnie Lawrence at UFC Fight Night on July 9, Marcel Dorff of Eurosport.nl reports.
ANALYSIS
Kakhramonov had to withdraw from his last scheduled fight against Brian Kelleher in January for undisclosed reasons, but he's now set to return to the octagon in July. The 26-year-old came out victorious in his UFC debut in August, defeating Trevin Jones via technical submission (guillotine choke). He will take on Lawrence, who won his last fight over Mana Martinez via unanimous decision in February.
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Out of fight Saturday
BantamweightUFC
January 12, 2022
Kakhramonov is out of his fight on Saturday against Brian Kelleher for an undisclosed reason, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
ANALYSIS
It's unclear why Kakhramonov was forced to withdraw. The UFC already announced that Kevin Croom would take his place against Kelleher. Kakhramonov last fought back in August when he defeated Trevin Jones.
Jan. 15 bout set versus Kelleher
BantamweightUFC
October 1, 2021
Kakhramonv will square off against Brian Kelleher in a bantamweight bout on the UFC's Jan. 15 card, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA.nl reports.
ANALYSIS
Kakhramonov picked up a win in his debut versus Trevin Jones via technical submission (guillotine choke) after coming in 2.5 pounds overweight. To be fair, he took the fight on short notice after Mana Martinez was unable to fight, so it's not overly surprising. He should get the full opportunity to go through a camp this time around in preparation for Brian Kelleher, who won his fight against Domingo Pilarte on the same Aug. 21 card as Kakhramonv's debut.
Wins after missing weight
BantamweightUFC
August 21, 2021
Kakhramonov defeated Trevin Jones via technical submission (guillotine choke) at 4:39 of Round 3 at UFC on ESPN 29 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
It's the second technical submission of the evening, which is a rare occurrence. Kakhramonov missed weight by 2.5 pounds on Friday morning, although he is going to get a bit of a pass because he accepted this fight less than a week ago. It appeared as if he would drop a decision in his UFC debut, but an ill-advised mistake by Jones late in the bout gave Kakhramonov the opening to apply the guillotine choke that ended the fight. The 25-year-old Chicago native has been up and down on the regional circuit throughout the course of his career, but this was a nice start to his UFC run, the weight miss aside.
Comes in overweight
BantamweightUFC
August 20, 2021
Kakhramonov came in 2.5 pounds overweight at Friday's weigh-in for UFC Vegas 34, Aaron Bronsteter of TSN.ca reports.
ANALYSIS
Kakhramonov stepped in to face Trevin Jones on short notice earlier this week so it's understandable that he was unable to make the bantamweight limit. Jones has still agreed to accept the bout with Kakhramonov forfeiting 20 percent of his purse. Despite being a heavier fighter, Kakhramonov should still be viewed as a significant underdog considering this is his first fight in the UFC.
Steps in to face Jones
BantamweightUFC
August 17, 2021
Kakhramonov will step in on short notice to face Trevin Jones at UFC Vegas 34 on Saturday, MMA Island reports (via Marcel Dorff of MMADNA).
ANALYSIS
Kakhramonov has improved his MMA record to 8-2 following back-to-back stoppages, most recently putting Tycen Lynn away in the second round this past March at CFFC 92. That particular bout was a four-round fight for the 135-pound title in the promotion. The 25-year-old will now make the jump to the UFC to face a 13-6-0 fighter on just four days' notice.