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Jamall Emmers Hopes to Avenge Every Loss of His Career

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Jamall
Emmers wants to correct every blemish on his mixed martial arts
record.

Emmers (20-7) will take on fan-favorite Nate
Landwehr (17-5) on three weeks’ notice at
UFC Atlantic City on March 30.

Emmers replaced Pat
Sabatini, who withdrew due to unknown reasons. “Prettyboy,” who
suffered a submission loss against Sabatini in 2021, would like the
opportunity to avenge that in the future. In fact, the 34-year-old
wants to avenge all seven losses of his professional career, even
against fighters who have retired.

“Of course, every loss I want back,” Emmers said during UFC
Atlantic City media day. “Just letting everybody know this:
every loss I want back. Who beat me in the UFC? Pat [Sabatini], we
got Julian
Erosa, who else, drawing a blank right now. Everybody that beat
me, even guys that’s not in the UFC. Probably don’t even fight no
more, I still want that back. It’s seven guys that beat me and I
want it all back.”

Emmers is well aware that his upcoming opponent thrives in
slugfests and plans on carefully picking his shots to secure a
finish.

“He’s going to be tough, he’s a tough guy. I have seen him getting
dropped and come back, I just got to be smart about it. I know he
gets hit and wakes up, so I got to pick my shots and be smart about
how I’m going to finish him.” Apart from their fighting styles,
Emmers also sees “The Train” as a contrasting personality, which he
believes will make for a good fight.

“He’s like the opposite of me. He’s a wild guy, very animated. I
think that’s just going to make a good fight, just two opposites
going at it.”

UFC Atlantic City will be headlined by a women’s flyweight clash
pitting Erin
Blanchfield against Manon
Fiorot.

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