10 Light Heavyweight Prospects the UFC Should Sign in 2022

Bogdan Guskov

29 | 6’3″ | Dukent, Uzbekistan | 11-2 | 100% finish rate | 9 KO/TKOs, 2 Submission’s (RNC, Triangle) | Combined Opponents’ Record: 48-34 | Best Win – Nurlan Toktobakiev (13-3-1) 

Guskov is impressively 9-1 in his last ten fights. Born in Uzbekistan Guskov lives in Russia and has fought for RCC and Fight Nights Global a few times. He’s been fighting since 2015 and all his wins come inside the distance. If that loss to Vyacheslav Vasilevskiy didn’t happen in 2020 Guskov would probably already be in the UFC.

Guskov is a very dangerous guy with a lot of power. He throws knees, hooks, kicks, and fires something different every time he throws. He also has lights-out power and a nasty counter game. His looping right hook may be his best weapon but his ability to mix it up makes him dangerous. Guskov even has wrestling in his back pocket but it’s hard to tell the level that’s on.