10 Flyweight Prospects the UFC Should Sign in 2022

Tony Laramie

22 | 5’2″ | Windsor, Ontario | 6-2 | 3 Finished | 3 KO/TKOs | Combined Opponents’ Record: 33-17 | Best Win – Tyus White (4-0)

From the start, Laramie didn’t cut any corners. His pro debut was against Keith Lee, the brother of Kevin Lee. He did suffer two consecutive losses but those were to two good fighters. Laramie is now on a three-fight win streak. Even though he hasn’t fought great competition he’s fighting opponents with more experience. Tony is also the younger brother of UFC fighter TJ Laramie.

Laramie is a super impressive young athlete that’s still a student of the sport. His game plan is to smash through his opponents with output and forward pressure. He’s well versed in throwing slick combinations going to the body and head. He has heavy leg kicks and will stay in your face putting the offense on you. On the feet, Laramie will beat up your body, damage your legs, and try to take your head off. Laramie is a solid wrestler when needed. He made his LFA debut last year and looked outstanding.