Nate Landwehr

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Wins as biggest underdog on card
October 16, 2021
Landwehr defeated L'udovit Klein via submission (anaconda choke) at 2:22 of Round 3 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
A professional for nearly a decade, Landwehr is a threat inside the octagon and he came through Saturday as the largest underdog on the card at +290. It took Nate the better part of a round to find his range, but once he did, he was clearly the better man. Landwehr won the striking count by a 61-15 count in Round 2, while the finish came in Round 3 after he stuffed a takedown on the exhausted Klein, allowing him to clamp on the anaconda choke that eventually forced his opponent to tap out. Landwehr's ceiling is quite low at age 33, but he clearly has some skills and is a value to a company which holds an event most every week.
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Set for October return
July 3, 2021
Landwehr has scheduled a fight against L'udovit Klein for October 16th, according to Marcel Dorff of MMA DNA.
Landwehr backed out of his most recent fight against Makwan Amirkhani due to an undisclosed injury, but the belief is that he'll be ready to go for this one. He will try to bounce back after losing to Julian Erosa via TKO (flying knee) in his most recent bout.
Withdrawing from upcoming fight
May 23, 2021
Landwehr is out of his fight against Makwan Amirkhani for UFC Fight Night 189 on June 5 due to an undisclosed injury, Nolan King of MMA Junkie reports.
The actual injury Landwehr suffered has not been revealed, but it will force him out of his upcoming fight that was supposed to take place in just under two weeks. The UFC has confirmed that they are in the process of trying to find a replacement for the bout.
Facing Amirkhani in June
April 21, 2021
Landwehr (nose) will fight Makwan Amirkhani in a featherweight bout at UFC's June 5 event, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Landwehr received a six-month medical suspension after losing to Julian Erosa via TKO (flying knee) in February, but he's been cleared early and is set to return to action in June. Amirkhani is also coming off a loss, as he was defeated by Edson Barboza via unanimous decision in October.
May miss six months
February 23, 2021
Landwehr was handed a six-month medical suspension Tuesday, reports.
Landwehr will be out until at least April 7 and may not return until Aug. 20 if not cleared by a doctor following an X-ray on his nose. He suffered the injury during his first-round TKO loss against Julian Erosa on Saturday.
Loses in first round to Erosa
February 20, 2021
Landwehr lost to Julian Erosa via TKO (flying knee) at 0:56 of Round 1 at UFC Vegas 19 on Saturday.
Landwehr appeared to rock Erosa when the two engaged in a brawl. However, Erosa became victorious when a knee to Landwehr's head prompted the stoppage loss. Landwehr is now 1-2 under the UFC banner, but his exciting style of fights might keep him around longer than someone with a similar record.