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Title Shot’s Loeffler Signs with UFC


Sean Loeffler

Title Shot Management fighter Sean Loeffler has signed with the UFC and will make his debut on February 15th on the first UFC on Fuel card.

“I’ve been fighting for over a decade, always taking risks and going in the cage to finish fights. I plan on shaking up the division, starting with February 15th,” Loeffler told Chicago’s MMA.

Finishing fights is something he  has done an an astounding rate. Loeffler, 29, holds a professional record of 25-5. Only one of his victories has come by decision, along with 11 knockouts and 13 submissions. He has won six straight fights, all of them finished in the very first round.

“Sean has finished 24 of his 25 Wins by KO or Submission. That’s rare. I figured if the UFC isn’t impressed by that, I don’t know what they want,” said Dave Zalewski, CEO of Title Shot Management.

It’s no wonder then that Loeffler goes by the nickname of “The Destroyer”. In his six straight wins, five of them were ended within the first minute of the fight. He needed just :07 to knockout Marquis McKnight at Gladiator Challenge last September.

MMA Weekly reports that Loeffler will take on another UFC newcomer, Buddy Roberts, although the promotion has not made that bout official as of yet.

About Matt Lo Cascio

Matt Lo Cascio is the co-founder and editor of Chicago's MMA. He is the former play-by-play announcer for the XFO and other organizations, and he has been published by ESPN.com, DraftKings, The Comeback, FanSided, and more.

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