Modestas Bukauskas

Modestas Bukauskas plans to channel his ‘warrior spirit’ at UFC 304

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Modestas Bukauskas has been given a rare second chance in the UFC. He plans on making the most of it in his second stint with the promotion. Since returning, Bukauskas has etched out a 2-1 record. Which is much improved from a 1-3 record in his first run. You love to see it, especially when it’s someone as nice as “The Baltic Gladiator”. A fighter that has been on The Scrap’s radar for a long time.

In the interview we discuss what he learned from his first run in the UFC, post-injury struggles, training with Tom Aspinall, and, of course, his upcoming fight. Modestas will look to rebound from a loss when he steps into action at UFC 304. He takes on Poland’s Marcin Prachnio, who is coming off a victory at UFC Fight Night 236 in February. Expect a fun matchup as both men continue their march to relevancy in the light heavyweight division.

Bukauskas will be taking on an opponent who has had some head-scratching defeats and shocking victories. Thus making the outcome of this fight unpredictable. Bukauskas’ cardio should give him an edge if this fight sees the third round. I also believe this bout will stay standing the whole way through. Although, Modestas was quick to remind me that anything can happen in MMA…

Anytime the UFC makes its way into the UK, you can expect fireworks. Especially for a pay-per-view event such as this one. Once the fights kick off, you can anticipate the roof blowing off the Co-op Live in Manchester. With such a big stage expected, Modestas Bukauskas will look to capitalize on the moment and show us what he is capable of in the cage on July 27th.

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