Alexander Volkanovski: Walkout song| 200 lbs| Middleweight


Alexander “The Great” Volkanowski is the current UFC Featherweight Champion with a professional MMA record of 23 wins and 1 loss. Sikandar is undefeated. Today we will discuss about Alexander Volkanovski: Walkout song| 200 lbs| Middleweight.

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Alexander Volkanovski: Walkout song| 200 lbs| Middleweight

Alexander Volkanowski (born 29 September 1988) is an Australian mixed martial artist. He currently competes in the featherweight division for the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he is the current UFC Featherweight Champion. Volkanowski is also a former Australian Fighting Championship (AFC) featherweight champion. Prior to his UFC debut, Volkanovski competed as a professional boxer in 2015. as of April 12, 2022 that is.

Born 29 September 1988 (age 33)[1]
Warilla, New South Wales, Australia
Nickname(s) The Great
Residence Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Height 5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
Weight 145 lb (66 kg; 10 st 5 lb)
Division Featherweight (2014–present)[2]
Lightweight (2014; 2016)
Welterweight (2012–2013)
Reach 71 in (180 cm)[2]
Fighting out of Windang, New South Wales, Australia
Team City Kickboxing
Tiger Muay Thai
Freestyle Fighting Gym[4][5]
Rank Black belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Joe Lopez[6]
Years active 2012–present

Walkout song

Alexander Volkanovski: Walkout song| 200 lbs| Middleweight

145lbs title holder Alexander Volkanowski is from Australia. He plays a song called ‘Down Under’ from the Australian rock band ‘Men at Work’ based in Melbourne, Australia. He used the song for UFC 266 when he fought Ortega. The fight became an instant classic and Alex shows his perseverance and grit as he survives T-City’s strenuous submission attempt.

The song perfectly embodies Volkanowski as the man from ‘Down Under’ is running rampant through the featherweight division and the other contenders are running and taking cover.

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Alexander Volkanovski: Walkout song| 200 lbs| Middleweight

Being the dominant representative of the 145-pound weight class, Alexander Volkanovsky undergoes regular weight reductions and cannot be the subject of anomaly whenever he needs to step on the weight scale. However, it seems that there was a time when featherweight used to be heavyweight.

Volkanowski, who has been sweating out training camp to reach his physical peak ahead of his match against Brian Ortega, has shared an old picture of himself, which gives a great sense of the level of transformation he has gone through. In the photo, Volkanovsky looks almost unrecognizable, but to draw comparison, he attached a still that also shows his current state.

Since the UFC champion hails from Australia, the picture seems to be from the days when he was apparently involved in rugby activities. Reportedly at the age of 14, Volkanowski decided to pursue a career in rugby and garnered some accolades while also being semi-professional in the sport. However, at the age of 23, Volkanowski recognized his true calling and left rugby to become a professional mixed martial artist.

Now it’s 9 years in the future and Alexander Volkanovsky is a title holder in the biggest MMA promotion in the world. Furthermore, with an incredible win/loss record of 22/1, he is known in the ring as “The Great”.


Alexander Volkanovski: Walkout song| 200 lbs| Middleweight

The UFC men’s featherweight champion made his way to his UFC 273 title match with Chan Sung Jung on Saturday, defeating the South Korean 152-51 en route to a one-sided fourth-round TKO. Volkanowski’s 21st consecutive win and his third title defense move him up a spot in the top three of the latest ESPN pound-for-pound rankings.

UFC 273’s co-main event winner, men’s bantamweight champion Aljamain Sterling, moved into the top-10 for the first time, and the former winner, whom he defeated, Petr Yan, was eliminated.

The women’s rankings remain unchanged, but with several top-10 women now set for their next bouts, we may soon see some movement.