Edmen Shahbazyan
The Golden Boy


Fight moved to UFC Portland
February 20, 2020
Shahbazyan's fight against Derek Brunson has been moved to UFC Portland on April 11, MMAFighting.com reports.
Shahbazyan and Brunson were initially booked to face off at UFC 248 in Las Vegas on March 7, but their bout has now been pushed back. The 22-year-old will look to keep his undefeated 11-0 overall record (4-0 UFC) intact against Brunson, who is coming off back-to-back victories.
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Booked against Derek Brunson
January 22, 2020
Shahbazyan will face Derek Brunson at UFC 248 on March 7 in las Vegas, MMAJunkie.com reports.
Still just 22 years old, Shahbazyan has yet to lose in his professional career, going 4-0 with the UFC and 11-0 overall. He most recently knocked out Brad Tavares in the first round of UFC 244 back in November, his 10th first-round win in his 11 professional fights. In Brunson, he'll be facing a fighter coming off back-to-back wins over Elias Theodorou and Ian Heinisch.
21-year-old remains perfect
November 2, 2019
Shahbazyan defeated Brad Tavares via KO (high kick) at 2:27 of Round 1 at UFC 244 on Saturday in New York City.
That performance should change the minds of the select few who weren't totally convinced Shahbazyan is a stud. Tavares was a legitimate quality opponent, and Shahbazyan destroyed him. The combination that ended the fight was a thing of beauty. Edmen unloaded a couple jabs, a few big right hands, and a perfectly placed head kick. Shahbazyan is now a perfect 11-0 in his MMA career and 10 of those victories (nine knockouts, one submission) have come via stoppage. Oh, Shahbazyan also won't turn 22 years of age until later this month. Glendale Fighting Club -- Shahbazyan's camp -- took a lot of well deserved flack following Ronda Rousey's struggles in the later portion of her MMA career, but they may very well have another future champion on their hands in Shahbazyan.
Set to face Tavares
October 1, 2019
Shahbazyan will now fight Brad Tavares at UFC 244 on Nov. 2, MMAJunkie.com reports.
Shahbazyan was previously scheduled to face Krzysztof Jotko in the bout, but he'll now take on Tavares. Shahbazyan remains undefeated in 10 professional fights, three of which have come versus UFC competition.
Will fight at UFC 244
August 23, 2019
Shahbazyan will face Krzysztof Jotko at UFC 244 in New York on Nov. 2, Farah Hannoun of MMAJunkie.com reports.
Shahbazyan has rolled through all 10 of his professional fights with an undefeated record. Three of those wins have come against UFC competition, but Jotko (21-4 professional record) should provide a stiff test.
Submits Jack Marshman in 72 seconds
July 6, 2019
Shahbazyan defeated Jack Marshman via submission (rear-naked choke) at 1:12 of Round 1 at UFC 239 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
The third-youngest fighter on the UFC roster (21 years old) and the biggest favorite (-570) on Saturday's card, Shahbazyan showed exactly why some people are talking about him as a potential future world champion. After popping an overwhelmed Marshman with a couple big shots in the early going, Shahbazyan connected with a perfectly timed single-leg takedown and quickly worked to apply the choke that ended the bout. It was a flawless performance and one that will only serve to raise Edmen's already rising stock.