What happens when you mix Wushu, Sanda, Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu? You get a an exciting fighter Zabit Magomedsharipov.
Zabit grew up in Dagestan and started his combat sports journey with freestyle wrestling at the age of 10 years and he combined with kickboxing. He then started training Wushu and joined a Wushu boarding school where he lived and trained there for 6 years under the tutelage of Gusein Magomaev.
In the US, Zabit trains with Mark Henry and BJJ black belt Ricardo Almeida in New Jersey.
Many believe that Zabit is the most well rounded martial artist in the UFC.
Here are his top tactics, from takedowns to submissions to strikes: