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“Dint Let Him Take My Back”- Drakkar Klose Reveals His Plan For Joe Solecki

“Dint Let Him Take My Back”- Drakkar Klose Reveals His Plan For Joe Solecki

Drakkar Klose and his staff have a precise plan in place for Joe Solecki. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSoHRQy25Dw Klose preferred to fight it out on the feet, but he knew he would have to wrestle. At their ceremonial weigh-in faceoff at Moody Center in Austin, Texas, he claimed to have had a brief talk about it with Solecki and to have felt that they were in agreement. Did UFC Austin Go As Per Drakkar Klose’s Plan Klose raised Solecki off the canvas in the opening round in an attempt to slam his way free after realizing he needed to be freed from his grasp. Since Solecki’s head was twisted to the side and the blow went straight to his temple, the outcome was maybe the most devastating slam knockout in MMA history, at least to look at. Just 101 seconds into the fight, Klose (14-2-1 MMA, 8-2 UFC) delivered the fight-ending blow, making history as only the second fighter to take out Solecki (13-4 MMA, 5-2 UFC). Furthermore, it seems as though Klose believes he may have served Solecki his just desserts for the entire wrestling scam. “We knew he was a tough guy on the ground and we worked a lot on not letting him take my back,” Klose told MMA Junkie after the fight. “I guess it paid off. I didn’t let him take my back.” Klose received a bonus of $50,000 for the victory. Almost as soon as Solecki’s head touched the canvas, the extra check was written, considering that in the 30-year history of the UFC, this was only the 13th slam KO (about every 2.5 years). Cody Brundage won the next fight with a 14th slam KO thanks to the sheer determination of what may have been the greatest event of the year. Klose stated that he wishes to maintain the momentum of his highlight-reel slam, which is rightfully going to be featured on UFC sizzle reels for an extended period of time. But he made a suggestion that perhaps he need to start making some of the decisions.

Drakkar Klose and his staff had a precise plan in place for Joe Solecki for UFC Austin.

Klose preferred to fight it out on the feet, but he knew he would have to wrestle. At their ceremonial weigh-in faceoff at Moody Center in Austin, Texas, he claimed to have had a brief talk about it with Solecki and to have felt that they were in agreement.

Did UFC Austin Go As Per Drakkar Klose’s Plan?

Klose raised Solecki off the canvas in the opening round in an attempt to slam his way free after realizing he needed to be freed from his grasp. Since Solecki’s head was twisted to the side and the blow went straight to his temple, the outcome was maybe the most devastating slam knockout in MMA history, at least to look at.

Just 101 seconds into the fight, Klose (14-2-1 MMA, 8-2 UFC) delivered the fight-ending blow, making history as only the second fighter to take out Solecki (13-4 MMA, 5-2 UFC). Furthermore, it seems as though Klose believes he may have served Solecki his just desserts for the entire wrestling scam.

AUSTIN, TEXAS – DECEMBER 02: (L-R) Drakkar Klose knocks out Joe Solecki with a slam in a lightweight fight during the UFC Fight Night event at Moody Center on December 02, 2023 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

“We knew he was a tough guy on the ground and we worked a lot on not letting him take my back,” Klose told MMA Junkie after the fight. “I guess it paid off. I didn’t let him take my back.”

Klose received a bonus of $50,000 for the victory. Almost as soon as Solecki’s head touched the canvas, the extra check was written, considering that in the 30-year history of the UFC, this was only the 13th slam KO (about every 2.5 years). Cody Brundage won the next fight with a 14th slam KO thanks to the sheer determination of what may have been the greatest event of the year.

Klose stated that he wishes to maintain the momentum of his highlight-reel slam, which is rightfully going to be featured on UFC sizzle reels for an extended period of time. But he made a suggestion that perhaps he need to start making some of the decisions.

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