Andrius Ordojan (7-5) was victorious Saturday in the main event of FG Fight Night 16 claiming the belt in a unanimous decision against Mulenga Chanda (2-2). “We knew he would come out really aggressive, I didn’t stand in front of him and was able to use my wrestling and grappling to shutdown his game and gain an advantage.” says the Rumble Sports fighter to MMAViking.com after the bout in Aarhus, Denmark.
Ordojan now has a two fight winning streak and has won 4 out of the last 5. “I was able to prepare really well for this fight. I had a lot of time to sharpen the skills needed to win.”
The Lithuanian has been in Denmark for five years. Of course, the more attention grabbing fighter on the Rumble Sports team was busy getting Fight of the Night honors as Nicolas Dalby had an amazing performance at UFC Fight Night Dublin. “I haven’t watched it yet. I only heard stories from my teammates, but it’s on my to do list for today.”
“I will use what I learned about myself in this fight to go back to the gym and improve my abilities, becoming a more dangerous fighter in the process.” continues the crowned FG Fight Night belt holder.