UFC 134 Hayabusa Sponsored Fighters
Dan Miller is one tough nut to crack. Many have tried, but he has yet to be knocked out or submitted in his professional fighting career. 13-5 with all his losses coming by unanimous decision, Miller always brings the fight. This wrestling powerhouse has the ability to control where the fight takes place and the striking and jiu-jitsu skills to finish his opponents. Miller will have to be exceptionally careful if he decides to take this fight to the ground as his opponent, Rousimar Palhares, is a submission master. Dan Miller is as rugged and durable as they come and looks to come out victorious at UFC 134. Hayabusa is proud that Dan Miller chooses to wear Hayabusa and we wish him success in his upcoming bout.
When Spencer Fisher enters the Octagon, you know there will be a spectacular fight. Win or lose, “The King” always gives fight fans an amazing performance. Fisher is known for his fast, accurate hands and his willingness to engage with anyone in the lightweight division. Spencer embodies the expression “Three round war” and this was shown in his bouts with Sam Stout (twice), Jeremy Stephens, Denis Siver and Ross Pearson. This veteran of over 30 fights looks to take the fight to his next opponent, Thiago Tavares. Fisher will be wearing the Hayabusa Pro Competition Shiai Fight Shorts, which will help him to avoid submissions while unleashing his striking arsenal against Tavares. Hayabusa is proud to sponsor Spencer Fisher as he looks to bring to fight to yet another opponent.
Brendan Schaub is a true athlete with a love of MMA. This former football player trained in boxing and jiu-jitsu, while playing football, to stay in peak physical condition. The results have paid dividends. “The Hybrid” is a complete fighter and great athlete. He has the potential to be a future champion and is looking for the biggest win of his career at UFC 134, where he takes on one of the greatest heavyweight fighters of all time Minotauro Nogueira. Schaub’s jiu-jitsu skills will be put to the test against “Big Nog”, a BJJ black belt who has beaten some of the best in the world. Hayabusa is proud to sponsor this up and coming warrior in his quest to become the best.
A new challenger has entered the stacked light heavyweight division; Stanislav Nedkov. Nedkov is undefeated in his professional MMA career and has made it to the pinnacle of MMA, the UFC. With only 3 of his 11 fights making it out of the first round and only 2 going to a decision,Stanislav comes to fight. A jiu-jitsu black belt, two-time National Freestyle Wrestling Champion of Bulgaria and has multiple 1st place finishes in international tournaments Nedkov is a prospect worth watching. With career wins over Kevin Randleman and Travis Wiuff, Stanislav has already fought some tough competition. This new entry in the 205 lb division will look to make an immediate impact. Hayabusa is excited to sponsor this amazing new talent and looks forward to watching a new star rise.
Hayabusa would like to wish sponsored fighters Ian Loveland and Yves Jaboin in their upcoming featherweight bout. Both are exciting, dynamic fighters and will look to showcase what the featherweight division is all about.