Walker is coming off of an incredible knockout over recent headliner Ryan Spann at UFC Vegas 11, showcasing brutal elbows en route to the surface. Before that, he had lost back-to-back defend the very first time in his career versus Nikita Krylov and Corey Anderson.
Walker joined the UFC back in 2018 following an outstanding proving on Dana Whites Contender Series and remains a potential dark horse in the 205-pound division.
Walker is just days far from his return to the UFC octagon after a year far from the sport. He was originally scheduled to deal with Jimmy Crute at UFC 260 earlier this year prior to he suffered a torn pectoral muscle throughout camp and requiring surgical treatment.
Now, Walker looks in the best shape of his young UFC career as he prepares to face a tough challenge in Santos.
Walker posted an image of himself on his Twitter page and he looks absolutely shredded just a little over a week far from the battle.
Johnny Walker remains among the most amazing prospects in the light heavyweight division
Mar 2, 2019; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Johnny Walker (blue gloves) beats Misha Cirkunov (red gloves) throughout UFC 235 at T-Mobile Arena. Mandatory Credit: Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports
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UFC light heavyweight Johnny Walker searches in the shape of his life ahead of his return against Thiago Santos.
Its safe to state that Johnny Walker is all set to make his UFC return at UFC Vegas 38, as he prepares yourself to deal with Thiago Santos in a light heavyweight face-off.