Watch: Former UFC fighter calls out Jake Paul and Logan Paul, ends nine-match losing streak with TKO win

Sam Alvey finally put an end to his unforgettable nine-fight losing streak as he finished Cameron Graham in the third round of their fight at the B2 Fighting Series. Speaking about this heavyweight bout, the veteran completely dominated his opponent and won the fight after landing many powerful ground-and-pound strikes.

After snapping his five-year winless streak, Sam Alvey called out YouTube star Jake Paul in his post-fight interview. The former UFC middleweight contender also challenged Logan Paul for a WWE fight and claimed that he would beat both the Paul brothers.

“Jake Paul, your ass is back on the hook, my man. I will welcome you to PFL. I will welcome you to your first loss. When I’m done with you, I’m coming after your brother. Logan Paul, I will pin you – 1-2-3 – in a ladders, tables and chairs match. It has been offered. You accept, Paul Brothers. I’m coming for you.”

When did Sam Alvey last fight in the UFC?

Sam Alvey last stepped inside the UFC octagon back in August 2022 at the UFC Fight Night: Santos vs Hill. Smile’n squared off against Michal Oleksiejczuk in a three-round bout at the prelims of the event. The middleweight contender was unable to snap his seven-fight losing streak as Michal Oleksiejczuk brutally knocked him out in the first round.

Getting into details about this fight, Michal started the first round aggressively and significantly outstriked Alvey. He pressurised Sam Alvey and pushed him backwards and dropped him with a powerful left overhand. Thereafter Oleksiejczuk landed a barrage of ground strikes and the referee decided to stop the fight.

Was Alvey ever ranked in UFC’s top 10?

Sam Alvey had an illustrious UFC career and it is needless to say that he is a veteran in this sport. After making his debut in the UFC in 2014, Smile’n amassed a record of 10-13. The middleweight contender’s life in the UFC was very difficult as he suffered a unanimous decision loss in his debut bout.

Sam Alvey inside the octagon

However, he bounced back and racked up seven wins in his next nine fights. Despite improving his record, Alvey was unable to make it to the top 15 of the middleweight division. However, Sam Alvey’s move up to the light heavyweight division in 2017 helped him rise through the ranks and become #15 in the weight class.

But that was the highest-ever rank Alvey achieved in the UFC. The 36-year-old fighter could not progress any further as he failed to register a single win in his next nine fights.



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