Shara Bullet signed to UFC

Shara Bullet signed to UFC

Russian middleweight Sharabutdin Magomedov will continue his professional career under the banner of the strongest league in the world, where he will debut in May or June next year.

This was reported by well-known sports columnist Brett Okamoto with reference to the manager of Bullet Balls, Ali Abdelaziz.

“According to his manager Ali Abdelaziz, 28-year-old Sharabutdin Magomedov signed a long-term contract with the UFC,” the journalist wrote on the social network. “Magomedov’s record is 17-0 with 13 knockouts and he has experience in professional kickboxing. His UFC debut is scheduled for May-June.”

Sharabutdin Magomedov was supposed to be the next opponent of Vladimir Mineev, however, due to the upcoming departure of the reigning AMC Fight Nights champion to the CBO zone, the Russian league had to postpone the title fight scheduled for March.

This year, Shara Bullet had four fights, two of them in the Russian organization RCC, scoring three early victories and one by unanimous decision.