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Oskar Piechota

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  1. mattandbenny Purple Belt

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    UFC has gotta sign this guy soon, he would be a great addition to their middleweight division.

    This past weekend he moved to 6-0 with a 77 second submission (Japanese Necktie) of Craig White (8-5), and before that he TKO'd the previously unbeaten Mattia Schiavolin (9-0).

    His no-gi BJJ is off the charts - he came runner up in the 2013 No-gi World Championships, is a Polish grappling champion, is a BJJ brown belt under Robert Drysdale, and in 2013 he beat Vinny Magalhaes in a no-gi contest and also submitted BJJ Champion Claudio Calasans the same year.

    Plus he is still only 24 years old. In 4-5 years he will be a top 10 UFC MW for sure.

    His most recent fight this weekend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLkZNr_i8z8
    His fight before that against Schiavolin (check out the sweep at 2:33): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlhSZrqMDFA
    Submitting KSW fighter Rafal Moks in a no-gi fight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaPxI7NnCZY
     
  2. DizzyYeahYeah Red Belt

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  3. melvinj0 Gold Belt

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    Seems like a legit prospect, will keep an eye out for him.
     
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    One of the most promising Polish fighters. Propably already on a higher level than some Poles in UFC (Pawlak, Bandel). 2-3 more fights and he should be ready for a nice run in UFC. My opinion is that he should drop to WW.
     
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    His run at ADCC was quite unexpected.

    Maybe he will compete in this year's edition.
     

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