Ben Rothwell might be the primary to confess that his go back to the Octagon in 2019 didn’t move in addition to he’d hoped. Rothwell executed the first-rate run of his UFC profession some years in advance while he ran off a four-combat win streak that blanketed victories over a bunch of heavyweight stars. But after the run eventually got here to a halt with a loss to Junior Dos Santos in 2016, he hit the sidelines.

“This entire Fight Island experience is unique,” Rothwell said. “Everything has been top-notch and world class. The UFC has taken a really tough situation that’s affecting the whole world and taken it into getting the whole world talking (about fighting). It’s an impressive setup and I’m glad to be fighting.”

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UFC.com sat down with Rothwell to discuss his upcoming fight Tybura and much more.

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UFC: What do you know about Marcin Tybura and how would you describe the matchup?

It’s a clash. He likes to pressure his opponents; how that will work with me I’m not quite so sure. At the same time (Stefan Struve) is a lot bigger than me and he used that game plan against him, as well. He’s going to pressure me, and he likes to try and push forward and look for takedowns.

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