Marcin Tybura

Tybur

Poland

Out
Injury Illness
Est. Return 6/1/2022
Out with illness
HeavyweightUFC
Out
April 8, 2022
Tybura (illness) was removed from his heavyweight bout with Jair Rozenstruik on Friday, cancelling the bout at UFC 273.
ANALYSIS
With the fight scheduled for Saturday, Tybura's last-second illness sinks UFC's chance to find a replacement for the fight. The 36-year-old has not fought since October, losing his first match since September 2019, allowing Alexander Volkov to defeat him via unanimous decision. Tybura will now likely have to wait another few months before attempting to get back in the win column.
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Facing Jair Rozenstruik
HeavyweightUFC
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January 13, 2022
Tybura will take on Jair Rozenstruik on April 9, Guilherme Cruz of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
The fight was previously expected to take place on Feb. 26 but has been bumped back for undisclosed reasons. Tybura lost a unanimous decision against Alexander Volkov in his last fight back in October, ending a five-match winning streak. Rozenstruik is also coming off a unanimous decision loss, with his coming against Curtis Blaydes in September. That result dropped him to 2-3 over his last five fights.
Win streak snapped at five
HeavyweightUFC
Out
October 30, 2021
Tybura lost to Alexander Volkov via unanimous decision (27-30, 27-30, 28-29) at UFC 267 on Saturday in Abu Dhabi.
ANALYSIS
Tybura certainly appeared to win Round 2, although two of the judges clearly didn't agree. Of course, it wouldn't have mattered. Tybura appeared to have the better cardio of the two men as he continued to push forward for the vast majority of the bout, but he did so without any sort of plan. Tybura went for a ton of takedowns that he didn't truly commit to, and every single one of them failed. All told, Tybura went 0-for-16 on his takedown attempts, and it's going to be virtually impossible for him to win fights if he can't get his opposition to the mat on a semi-frequent basis. Tybura's 9-6 UFC record isn't great, but he had won five in a row prior to this one. The issue is that Tybura will be 36 years of age in a little over a week, and his margin for error is nil.
Gunning for sixth straight win
HeavyweightUFC
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August 4, 2021
Tybura will take on Alexander Volkov in a heavyweight bout at UFC 267 on Oct. 30, Guilherme Cruz of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Tybura is coming off his fifth straight victory against Walk Harris back in early June. Volkov will be looking to bounce back following his tough loss to Ciryl Gane back in June. UFC 267 will be headlined by Jan Blachowicz and Glover Teixeira.
Earns come-from-behind victory
HeavyweightUFC
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June 6, 2021
Tybura defeated Walt Harris via TKO (punches) at 4:06 of Round at UFC Vegas 28 on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Tybura was caught early by a spinning backfist from Harris, who proceeded to empty his gas tank in search of the finish. Miraculously, Tybura survived the onslaught and eventually got his wits about him. He caught a Harris kick and used that to get his opponent to the mat, where several transitions led to Harris giving up his back. In full back mount, Tybura began raining down right hands that forced referee Mark Smith to step in and stop the fight. The outstanding come-from-behind effort was enough to earn Tybura his fifth consecutive victory, in addition to a $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus.
Receives new opponent
HeavyweightUFC
Out
March 8, 2021
Tybura (21-6-0) will now face Walt Harris (13-9-0) as his new opponent at UFC Fight Night on June 5 after Blagoy Ivanov had to withdraw from the initial fight at UFC 260 on March 27 due to an undisclosed injury, Farah Hannoun and Nolan King of MMA Junkie reports.
ANALYSIS
Tybura may be looking at his toughest test yet as Harris is a higher-ranked fighter who is a serious threat to end the 35-year-old's winning streak in a few short months. Tybura is two inches shorter than Harris but has an inch advantage in reach as he'll look to continue to move up the UFC ranks with a statement win after Harris most recently lost via TKO (strikes) to Alexander Volkov back in October.