Jamall Emmers Aims to Avenge All Career Losses

Jamall Emmers is on a mission. He’s got a point to prove in the MMA world.

He’s stepping up on short notice to face Nate Landwehr. This bout is set for UFC Atlantic City on March 30.

Emmers is filling in for Pat Sabatini, who’s out for reasons we’re not privy to. Emmers, known as “Prettyboy,” faced a setback against Sabatini in 2021. He’s itching for a rematch.

But it’s not just Sabatini. Emmers wants to rewrite history against all seven fighters who’ve handed him losses. Even those who’ve hung up their gloves.

“Every loss I want back,” Emmers declared at UFC Atlantic City media day. He listed his defeats, momentarily forgetting some names, but the message was clear. He’s after redemption, UFC roster or not.

Facing Landwehr, Emmers knows he’s up against a brawler. He plans to fight smart, aiming for a decisive finish.

“He’s tough,” Emmers admitted, acknowledging Landwehr’s resilience. “I’ve seen him get dropped and come back. I’ve got to pick my shots carefully.”

Emmers sees a stark contrast between himself and “The Train.” Landwehr’s animated nature versus Emmers’ calm demeanor promises an explosive clash.

“It’s going to be a good fight, just two opposites going at it,” Emmers predicted.

The event is headlined by a women’s flyweight showdown. Erin Blanchfield faces Manon Fiorot, adding more excitement to UFC Atlantic City.

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