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"Tybur"
Marcin Tybura
#15 Heavyweight Division • 20-6-0 (W-L-D)

통계 및 기록

  • 2
    Fight Win Streak
  • 7
    Wins by Knockout
  • 6
    Wins by Submission
타격 정확성 53% 53%

타격 정확성

중요 명중 타격
369
증요 시도 타격
702
그래플링 정확성 61% 61%

그래플링 정확성

테이크다운 명중
11
테이크다운 시도
18
3.60
증요 명중 타격
분당
2.99
중요 흡수 타격
분당
1.61
평균 테이크다운
15분 당
0.15
평균 서브미션
15분 당
52
%
중요 타격 방어
79
%
테이크다운 방어
0.15
녹다운 비율
14:38
평균 파이트 시간

포지션 별 중요 타격

스탠딩
213 (58%)
클린치
49 (13%)
그라운드
107 (29%)

시그. Str. 표적에 의해

67% 247 머리 16% 59 본문 17% 63 다리

승리 방법

KO/TKO
7 (37%)
판정승
6 (32%)
서브미션승
6 (32%)

이벤트 결과

전기

Status
유효한
고향
Uniejow, 폴란드
체육관
S4 Warszawa
나이
34
높이
190.5
무게
112.92
옥타곤 데뷔
10.04.16
리치
198.12
다리 리치
116.84
Q&A

TRAINING: I'm starting the day with breakfast, and at 10 AM I have my first training session. Mostly we're working on technique in BJJ, standup or wrestling with task-oriented light sparring. After a meal, there is a time to regenerate with a massage or, recently, cryotherapy. The second training session is around 8 PM so I have time for another meal before. Mostly we have evening sparring sessions, as we have a strong team of big guys. Then I am back home and after my last meal I fall asleep.

When and why did you start training for fighting? It started back in 2006 when my friend took me to a training session. I liked it so much that after a few weeks I wanted to compete.

What ranks and titles have you held? I've been M-1 GLOBAL heavyweight champion, M-1 heavyweight Grand Prix 2013 champion, ranked the No 1 Polish heavyweight.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It's a dream come true, and an example that hard work always pays off.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I earned a masters degree at Uniwersytet Lodzki

What was your job before you started fighting? I did many things: worked at the bar, builder, removal guy, farmer

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? Two-time Polish amateur champion, multi-medalist in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Ranks in any martial arts styles: BJJ brown belt

Favorite grappling technique: Rear naked choke