Maki Pitolo vs. Dusko Todorovic on Dec 4

Maki Pitolo vs. Dusko Todorovic meets on Dec 4 at UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Aldo


Maki Pitolo will return to Octagon after short break due to injury. Pitolo will face Serbia’s Dusko Todorovic at UFC Fight Night Font vs. Aldo in Las Vegas, Nevada


Hawaii Fighter Maki Pitolo finally faces Dusko Todorovic on Dec 4. They supposed to fight before but the bout was canceled due to an injury on Maki Pitolo side. Will Maki Pitolo be the second Hawaii fighter to knock out Duško Todorović on Dec 4, 2021? Maki Pitolo is a 30-year-old fighter from Hawaii. Pitolo made a name for himself in Hawaii when he knocks out all the formidable opponents there. Maki then achieved his UFC dream when he knocks out his opponent Justin Sumter in Dana White Contender Series. Pitolo didn’t win on his UFC debut in New Zealand, but he always put on a show.  He knocks out Charles Byrd on the second round, then puts him into retirement after the fight. Maki has three consecutive fight losses at the moment, but every time he leaves the cage, he learns and adjusts himself accordingly. It was shown in every fight that he keeps getting better and better. This fight is so important, and we wish Maki all the best in this match. We believe Maki has what it takes to put Todorović to sleep.

Maki Pitolo will be fighting Duško Todorović

Duško Todorović is a 26 years old fighter from Belgrade, Serbia. Todorović is also known as Thunder for a reason. He knocks out fighters in Serbia, Japan, and Europe at a young age. That was his golden ticket to the Dana White Contender Series, where he faced the toughest opponent of his life – Teddy Ash. In 2019, Todorović won the fight via Unanimous Decision. He didn’t get the finish, but then Dana White saw massive potential in him. Dana White took Duško Todorović gave him multiple contracts in the UFC. After three fights cancellations, he finally made his first appearance in UFC in Abu Dhabi. Duško defeated Dequan Townsend in a sterling manner. Ground and Pound on the second round. He came in with a lot of hype because of his undefeated record of 10 early this year.  That perfect record of 10 wins was taken away by Hawaii’s Punahele Soriano. He then lost to Gregory Rodrigues via Unanimous Decision in June. Duško Todorović will again face another finest from Hawaii – Maki Pitolo.