10 Light Heavyweight Prospects the UFC Should Sign in 2022

Jakob Nedoh

25 | 6’4″ |  Ljubljana, Slovenia | 4-1 | 100% finish rate | 2 KO/TKOs, 2 Submission’s (RNC, Keylock) | Combined Opponents’ Record: 10-9 | Best Win –  Zvonimir Kralj (7-4) 

Since losing his first pro fight Nedoh has won his next/last four fights. He had never been tested until his last fight, mind you. So he might not be ready for the UFC jump right yet. Still, by the end of the year Nedoh, with more experience, could be primed for a UFC opportunity.

Known as a submission specialist his last fight proved that he has some knockout power. Nedoh is a good wrestler and a strong submission grappler. There is still a lot Nedoh needs to prove though being so young in his career.