David Dvorak
Undertaker

Czech Republic

Winning streak at 16
FlyweightUFC
September 19, 2020
Dvorak defeated Jordan Espinosa via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
It's Dvorak's second straight win to begin his UFC run and his 16th straight overall. Knowing full well he was going up against an opponent who couldn't match him on the feet, Dvorak kept firing off combinations, including 37 leg strikes. The end result was a 69-50 edge in total strikes landed and a clear cut unanimous decision victory. Dvorak is just 28 years of age, but he deserves a step up in competition his next time out. He is going to continue to roll over these fringe-roster fighters for as long as the UFC puts them in front of him.
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Set for Sept. 19 bout
FlyweightUFC
July 22, 2020
Dvorak will square off against Jordan Espinosa in a flyweight matchup at UFC 253 on Sept. 19, Mike Heck of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Dvorak is riding a 15-match winning streak and posted a win in his UFC debut versus Bruno Silva back in March, which came on short notice. Given that Espinosa has struggled on the mat at the UFC level and owns a one-inch height and reach advantage, it's possible Dvorak will make a few takedown attempts in this one after collecting none in his debut. An impressive win this time around would begin to boost him up the flyweight division rankings.
Wins UFC debut, streak at 15
FlyweightUFC
March 14, 2020
Dvorak defeated Bruno Silva via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Brasilia, Brazil.
ANALYSIS
It was a solid, competent performance from Dvorak in his late-notice UFC debut. Knowing full well that Silva does his best work on the mat, Dvorak made a concerted effort to remain on the feet. For the most part, it worked. He did allow two takedowns but he quickly recovered to ensure Silva couldn't generate sustained momentum. Dvorak's gas tank look strong and he finished with a 50-33 edge in total strikes landed. He has now won his last 15 fights, with his last loss coming way back in May 2012.
Set for debut in Brasilia
FlyweightUFC
March 10, 2020
Dvorak will take on Bruno Silva in a flyweight matchup at UFC Brasilia on Saturday, ESPN Brazil reports.
ANALYSIS
Dvorak will be making his UFC debut on the heels of a 14-fight winning streak on smaller circuits, as it was announced he'd step in for Su Mudaerji (undisclosed) roughly a month before the event. As of Tuesday afternoon, Dvorak is considered a slight betting underdog (+105) for the matchup.