One to Watch at UFC Brasilia: David Dvorak

David “Undertaker” Dvorak (17-3) is proof the UFC is sticking with the tumultuous Flyweight Division. Your newest 125 lb. prospect trains out of the famed All Sports Academy in the Czech Republic and currently rides a 13-fight finish streak!

David Dvorak’s punching power is surprising considering his size, 15 finishes in 17 wins. Usually at flyweight, you see a whole lot of speed and technique but not many bodies hitting the floor.  Dvorak must be a Saliva fan because he hasn’t seen a scorecard since 2012!

His game is predicated on forcing mistakes with unrelenting pressure on the feet followed up with aggressive grappling.  He doesn’t fall in love with his knockout power either; he easily finds submissions on the ground (7 career subs).

David Dvorak will be looking for 14 wins in a row this Saturday, 3/14, versus Bruno Silva (10-4-2) at UFC Brasilia!

David “Undertaker” Dvorak | 17-3 | 5’6 125 lbs. | Age N/A | Reach N/A | Orthodox Stance | Fighting Out of Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic

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