Martin Kampmann. Photo property of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
Martin Kampmann has reportedly signed a new four-fight deal with the Ultimate Fighting Championship according to Five Ounces of Pain, citing his manager, Ken Pavia as confirming the news.
Kampmann, who currently trains out of Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas, recently suffered only his second career loss when he was stopped by way of strikes at the hands of Nate Marquardt in the first round of their bout at UFC 88 in September. The loss snapped a nine-fight winning streak for Kampmann, who had also won his four fights in the UFC.
According to Pavia, Kampmann’s new deal will go into effect starting with his client’s next fight, which will apparently see the Dutch striker drop down to the welterweight division for the first time in his career.
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