Natan Levy


Leans on takedown in victory
April 30, 2022
Levy defeated Mike Breeden via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 30-27) at UFC on ESPN 35 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Levy couldn't defend the takedown in his loss to Rafa Garcia this past November, so of course he completely flipped the script in this one and used his wrestling game to secure his first UFC win. Levy failed on all six of his attempts in Round 3, but connected on 9-of-10 tries over the course of the opening ten minutes, which was more than enough to secure him the unanimous decision win. Levy is 30 years of age, but has just eight professional fights under his belt. He's proven to be a decent wrestler and has some submission skills, but his long-term ceiling will likely be limited by his lack of experience and limited power in his hands.
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Second UFC fight scheduled
January 24, 2022
Levy will face Mike Breeden on April 30, Marcel Dorff of Eurosport Nederland reports.
Both fighters made their UFC debuts late last year, and both are still searching for their first win. Levy fell to Rafa Garcia by unanimous decision, while Breeden was knocked out in the first minute by Alexander Hernandez.
Can't defend takedown in loss
November 20, 2021
Levy lost to Rafa Garcia via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Levy entered this event with just six professional fights under his belt despite turning 30 years of age this past September. This was his official UFC debut after a submission win on Dana White's Contender Series a little over a year ago, and it didn't go particularly well. Levy's fight IQ appeared highly questionable and his takedown defense non-existent. Any momentum he managed to generate on the feet was immediately overshadowed by the fact he couldn't stay off of his back. A lack of experience likely factored into the result, but Garcia isn't a high-level opponent, and the fact Levy struggled with him is a poor sign regarding what to expect from him moving forward.
Will battle with Garcia
September 6, 2021
Levy (undisclosed) is scheduled to face Rafa Garcia in a fight at the UFC's Nov. 20 event in Las Vegas, Farah Hannoun and Nolan King of USA Today report.
Levy withdrew from his last scheduled fight in April against Austin Hubbard due to a recurring undisclosed injury, but the Israeli-born fighter is apparently back to 100 percent health. He'll put a perfect 6-0-0 record on the line Nov. 20 in his UFC debut.
Out against Hubbard
April 11, 2021
Levy is dealing with a recurring injury that is preventing him from being able to fight against Austin Hubbard on April 17 at UFC Vegas 24, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Levy was set to make his UFC debut after inking a contract in November following Dana White's Tuesday Night Contender Series. The 29-year-old stated that he's been dealing with a recurring injury that has prohibited him from properly training for his fight. Levy was still planning on going through with the bout but said his injury has gotten worse over the last few weeks and has gotten to the point where he can't even move well. It remains unclear what exactly he's experiencing but he'll turn his focus to rehabbing with the hopes of landing another fight down the road.
First UFC fight on tap
February 22, 2021
Levy will fight Austin Hubbard in a lightweight bout on April 17, Nolan King of USA Today reports.
Levy earned a UFC contract in November at Dana White's Tuesday Night Contender Series. He's 6-0 in MMA fights, and he'll make his UFC debut in April. Levy is a submission specialist. Hubbard is 2-3-0 at the UFC level.