Lukasz Brzeski’s UFC debut to come against Martin Buday
Lukasz Brzeski will make his anticipated UFC debut against fellow heavyweight Martin Buday come August 13th.
Brzeski (8-1-1, 1 NC) was first introduced to the UFC last year on the 2021 season of Dana White’s Contender Series. Despite defeating Dylan Potter via rear-naked choke on the episode, the bout was overturned to a no-contest due to Brzeski testing positive for clomiphene, which is a banned substance.
Of his eight victories, seven have come by finish. Including a unanimous decision victory over Ednaldo Oliveira and a second-round knockout over Michal Piwowarski in his last two outings before his showing on DWCS.
Now coming off of his suspension, Brzeski will look to advance his lossless streak from seven to eight come August in his UFC debut.
Standing across from Brzeski will be Buday (10-1-0), who holds eight stoppages under his belt. Also introduced to the UFC on the 2021 season of DWCS, Buday scored a beautiful knockout over Lorenzo Hood on the series.
Watch the bout below:
Following gaining a contract from DWCS, Buday made his UFC debut earlier this year when he defeated Chriss Barnett by way of a technical decision. Riding a 9-fight win streak, Buday will look to make it 10 in a row come August 13th.
Updated August 13th UFC Fight Night card:
Devin Clark vs. Azamat Murzakanov – 205 lbs
Aspen Ladd vs. Sara McMann – 135 lbs
Gerald Meerschaert vs. Bruno Silva – 185 lbs
Yazmin Jauregui vs. Istela Nunes – 115 lbs
Lukasz Brzeski vs. Martin Buday – 265 lbs
As a recent graduate from Lewis-Clark State College with a B.S. in History, Bjorn first fell in love with mixed martial arts when he watched UFC 196. As a contributor for MyMMANews, Bjorn matches his love for MMA, history, and writing.