Alexander Gustafsson: Victory over Matt Hamill is the biggest in my careerPosted on August 8, 2011, 04:16 AM by Anton Gurevich
"The Mauler" Alexander Gustafsson shared thoughts about his victory over Matt Hamill via TKO in Round 2 at UFC 133, to improve his MMA record to 12-1. Gustafsson is currently 3-1 in his UFC campaign, losing only to Phil Davis via Submission.
Twenty-four year old Swede will now move up in the UFC Light Heavyweight ladder, with sights on getting himself into the mix for a shot at the title. One of Gustafsson's potential opponents could be the winner of UFC 133's cancelled match-up between Rich Franklin and Rogerio Nogueira. Brazilian veteran was forced to pull out of the bout due to an injury, as Alexander Gustafsson was one of the fighters offered to fight Rich Franklin. However, "Ace" refused to face Gustafsson, claiming that he wants to test his skills against someone with a "bigger name".
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