Ukrainian Yaroslav Amosov challenged the UFC champion

Ukrainian Yaroslav Amosov challenged the UFC champion

Having unified the current and interim Bellator titles in a dominant style against American Logan Stroley, Ukrainian welterweight Yaroslav Amosov considers himself the best fighter in the division in the world, and is ready to prove his superiority in a duel with the UFC champion.

“Of course, I consider myself the best welterweight in the world,” said the Ukrainian fighter in an interview after the fight. “I train hard, I get better every day, I have a great team, and it doesn’t matter who is against me”

“I don’t know who my next opponent will be, it’s up to the Bellator leadership, but I’m ready to fight anyone they put up against me. If a UFC champion wants to fight me, he should come to Bellator. Scott Cocker will give him a contract and we’ll find out which one of us is better.”

The welterweight unification bout between Yaroslav Amosov and Logan Stroli went all the way and ended with the victory of the Ukrainian by unanimous decision with a score of 50-45 three times.

As for the UFC welterweight championship belt, it is currently held by Briton Leon Edwards, who on March 18 at UFC 286 in London will come out for a title rematch against Nigerian Kamaru Usman.