PFL 5: Marthin Hamlet is the fighter to watch

PFL 5: Marthin Hamlet is the fighter to watch

In spite of MacDonalds marque and stature in the sport, you must truly be paying attention to Norweigan fighter Marthin Hamlet.

The 7-1 light heavyweight fighter is noted as being 29 years old and is currently unbeaten in his PFL career (1-0). Throughout his profession, hes ended up five of his fights by submission or KO/TKO and is quickly turning into one of the more interesting names on the brand name. Surfaces are a huge offer in the sport and if he can keep his winning methods going then he may not just be a big deal for the PFL brass but for MMA as a whole.
Hamlet has Corey Hendricks at PFL 5, and a win over Hendricks will definitely get people talking about Hamlet, particularly if he wins by means of interruption.
Marthin Hamlet remained in demand.
Fans of PFL nearly lost out on Hamlet, as he was apparently ready to sign with the UFC. Hamlets only loss up until now in his profession was to Modestas Bukauskas, and Hamlet believes that had he won that battle he d have been on the UFC card in Denmark.
How close Hamlet was to in fact signing a UFC fight contract is anyones guess however considering his ferocity as a fighter, its not out of the world of possibility to believe the 2 sides were talking before the Bukauskas. By Hamlets own words, according to CageSidePress, he didnt feel he was all set for the UFC phase at the time of his loss. He no longer feels overloaded.
Now Hamlet is taking a look at ending up being one of the very best names in the sport at light heavyweight which trek is already underway.

Marthin Hamlet (via PFL).
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Marthin Hamlet is the fighter to see at PFL 5.
PFL 5 will see Rory MacDonald handle former UFC fighter Gleison Tibau in the primary occasion. MacDonald is the early preferred by lots of to win the PFL Welterweight Tournament for the 2021 season. Despite MacDonalds marque and stature in the sport, you need to truly be paying attention to Norweigan fighter Marthin Hamlet.

PFL 5 happens on June 17th, 2021, live from the Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Follow along with FanSided for all your live news and highlights.

How close Hamlet was to actually signing a UFC battle agreement is anyones guess however considering his ferocity as a fighter, its not out of the world of possibility to think the 2 sides were talking before the Bukauskas. By Hamlets own words, according to CageSidePress, he didnt feel he was all set for the UFC phase at the time of his loss.