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Jeremy Stephens set a record for most losses in the UFC after being handed over by Mateusz Gamrot at UFC Vegas 31.

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UFC veteran Jeremy Styfen suffered his third consecutive defeat in the UFC octagon at UFC Vegas 31. Lil Hithen has lost five of his last six fights and has not held a single pick.

Jeremy Stephens ’professional record in mixed martial arts is now 28-19-1NC. With one defeat ban, eighteen other defeats in MMA remained under the UFC banner. This set a new record for the most advertising losses in the UFC.


Mateusz Gamrot handed Jeremy Stevens the first minutes of his fight at UFC Vegas 31

Mateusz Gamrot and Jeremy Stephen clashed in the lightweight division on the UFC Vegas 31 card. This fight was Jeremy Stephen’s last lightweight fight.

Mateusz Gamrot, probably the most dangerous striker in Jeremy Steens, was highly regarded for shooting for destruction as soon as the fight began. After taking Stephens to bed, Gamrot slowly established control and was trapped in an unpleasant kimura. He then put a lot of effort into the submission and forced Jeremy to touch Stephen.

The fight ended just over a minute after the first round and helped Gamrot win the swim and his nineteenth win of his career. His professional record in mixed martial arts now reads 19-1-0.


When was the last time Jeremy Stephen won in the octagon?

Jeremy Stephens ’last win within the octagon was more than three years ago, on February 24, 2018. Jeremy Stephens fought UFC Fight Night: Josh Emmett of the second welterweight division in the main weight class against Emmett and Stephens.

The two struck for most of the fight. In the middle of the second round, Jeremy Stephens knocked down Josh Emmett with a horrible and clear shot.

Emmett’s chin caught as he tried to catch himself from behind. However, Jeremy Stephens ran his elbows to win the fight by technical knockout. Jeremy Stephens received the “Performance of the Night” bonus for his outstanding performance.

With no wins in three years and a record for most losses in the UFC, it’s unclear what awaits Jeremy Stephen.

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