Brendan Allen is back in business.
The 26-year-old middleweight picked up his third straight win on Saturday at UFC Vegas 61, knocking out the ever-tough Krzysztof Jotko via rear naked choke at 4:17 of the first round.
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With a 20-5 finish, Allen won eight of his 10 Octagon matches, trailing only ranked fighters Chris Curtis and Sean Strickland.
For Yotko (24-6), the loss snapped a two-fight winning streak and put the 33-year-old veteran at 5-5 in his last 10 UFC fights.
Following the win, Allen volunteered to fight at the upcoming January 21 UFC pay-per-view.
“I want to fight in Rio. [at UFC 283]”I would like to see Andre Muniz,” Allen said. “He is a good jiu-jitsu guy, I feel like we are a good match for each other. We both like to hit a little, we both have good jiu-jitsu. And if not, then he is my boyfriend, I really like him, but “Fluffy” [Anthony Hernandez]I would also like to see you there.