Despite three defeats in a row, former UFC bantamweight champion Petr Yan is still one of the strongest fighters in the division, who is too early to write off, former UFC heavyweight title holder Andrei Orlovsky is sure.
“I have to sit down, think, make the right decision, talk with those people whom I trust, whose opinion I listen to,” Pitbull said, answering questions from fans on the social network. “Because now – I know from my experience – when I lost several fights in a row, there will be up to *** advisers”
“He probably knows where he didn’t work, where he made some mistakes, and that’s it – move forward. You don’t need to write him off from the accounts – he remains one of the strongest fighters in his division. ”
“Everyone loses, it’s a sport. To be honest, I thought that he would win, I even advised betting money on him. Let’s see. If he draws conclusions, he will come back stronger”
Orlovsky also answered the question of whether the Russian could restart his career if he moved from the Thai Tiger Muay Thai club to the American ATT club, where the heavyweight and many top fighters of the strongest league in the world train.
“If he works with the coaches that I work with or the coaches who are in ATT, then yes. But it all depends on Jan himself – if he is ready to do what the coaches say, obey the requirements, then why not?
Last weekend at UFC Fight Night 221 in Las Vegas, Petr Yan lost by unanimous decision to Merab Dvalishvili, and a day after the defeat, he announced that some physical problems prevented him from performing properly.