Marcin Tybura
Tybur

Poland

Stays strong for a round
HeavyweightUFC
April 20, 2019
Tybura lost to Shamil Abdurakhimov via TKO (punches) at 3:15 of Round 2 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Saint Petersburg.
ANALYSIS
Tybura had a solid strategy in this fight. He wanted to score with his straight punches to set up combinations. He had his moments in the first round, but Abdurakhimov was too busy. He often derailed Tybura's offense with body punching. In the second round, Abdurakhimov was able to unleash his power. He stepped forward with a right, that clearly hurt Tybura. He moved back and tried to catch his balance, but he Abdurakhimov was all over him and the fight was stopped. Tybura falls to 4-4 in the UFC and 17-5 as a professional.
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Gets unanimous decision win in Hamburg
HeavyweightUFC
July 22, 2018
Tybura defeated Stefan Struve via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night 134 on Sunday in Hamburg, Germany.
ANALYSIS
Tybura had a bit of trouble getting inside on the 7'0 frame of Struve but was able to get the dutch kickboxer to the mat with regularity and land shots. We are still waiting to see something special from Tybura after he stormed onto our collective radar with a head kick finish of Viktor Pesta but he will likely take the win after dropping back-to-back bouts to Derrick Lewis and Fabricio Verdum. Tybura improves to 17-4 in professional MMA as a result of the victory.
Looking to rebound at UFC Hamburg
HeavyweightUFC
April 27, 2018
Tybura will face Stefan Struve at UFC Hamburg on July 22, Peter Carroll of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Both of these fighters are looking to end streaks of two consecutive losses. Tybura has especially lost momentum over the past few years, going 12-0 through 2014 but just 4-4 against stiffer competition since then.
Finished in Round 3 by
HeavyweightUFC
February 18, 2018
Tybura was defeated by Derrick Lewis via KO (punches) at 2:48 of Round 3 at UFC Fight Night on Sunday in Austin.
ANALYSIS
Tybura had the grappling advantage throughout the early stages of this fight. He was taken down early by Lewis, but was able to reverse and get to mount. Later in the round he was knocked down, but recovered and finished the round in mount after reversing Lewis once again. In the second round, "Tyber" took down the Texan early in the round. He transitioned between mount and his opponents back while Lewis tried to shake him off. In the third, Tybura once again tried to bring the fight to the mat. Lewis had one last burst of energy and threw Tybura to the ground. Tybura got back up, but was then hit with a brutal combination by Lewis and knocked down. Lewis followed up with punches and the referee stepped in. Tybura was clearly ahead on the judges scorecards when he was finished.
To face Derrick Lewis
HeavyweightUFC
November 30, 2017
Tybura will take on Derrick Lewis at UFC Austin on February 18, Marc Raimondi of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Tybura will get back on the horse following his defeat at the hands of Fabricio Werdum via unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night 121 in Australia a couple weeks ago. On the flip side, Lewis was supposed to take on Werdum in October, but was unable to fight due to a back injury. Lewis comes in with an 18-5 professional record while Tybura enters at 16-3. Prior to his loss to Werdum, Tybura had won three straight bouts dating back to August of 2016.
Loses lopsided unanimous decision in Australia
HeavyweightUFC
November 18, 2017
Tybura was defeated by Fabricio Werdum via unanimous decision (45-50, 45-50, 46-49) at UFC Fight Night 121 on Saturday in Australia.
ANALYSIS
Tybura was out of his league in this fight. He was far too slow to keep up with Werdum's movement, and only landed a few significant shots throughout the fight. "Tybur" was able to land a few head kicks throughout the fight, but never capitalized on them when Werdum may have been hurt. He seemed hesitant to press the action, which was surprising as Werdum has a very low takedown percentage. There were two bright spots in the fight for Tybura. First, he was taken down in the fourth round by "Vai Cavalo," but he was able to escape Werdum's side control and got back to his feet when the Brazilian attempted an armbar. Second, Tybura landed a head kick early in the fifth round which seemed to rock Werdum. As mentioned above, Tybura was hesitant and did not jump on the opportunity to try to finish Werdum. That led to Tybura being picked apart for the rest of the round en route to the unanimous decision loss.