Arjan Singh Bhullar
Arjan Singh Bhullar is one of the top Indian MMA fighters of all time. Indo-Canadian in heritage, Bhullar has done an amazing job in representing both communities in the Octagon, and has also made a habit of winning fights. Currently, he is fighting in the UFC.
Last 5 Fights of Arjan Singh Bhullar
|Win||Juan Adams||UFC Fight Night 151 – Iaquinta vs Cowboy||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Marcelo Golm||UFC Fight Night 138 – Oezdemir vs Smith||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
|Loss||Adam Weiczorek||UFC on Fox 29 – Poirier vs Gaethje||Submission (Omoplata)||2||1:59|
|Win||Luis Henrique||UFC 215 – Nunes vs Shevchenko 2||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Joey Yager||BFL 48 – Battlefield Fight League||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
Arjan Singh Bhullar Statistics
Gym/ Team/ Association
Ryan’s MMA – Checkmat Vancouver
Arjan ‘Singh’ Bhullar
Date of Birth
13 – 05 – 1986
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.
Current Professional MMA Record
9 – 1 – 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)
Current Professional MMA Streak
Win Method Ratio
(KO/ TKO : Submission : Decision) – 33: 0 : 67
Arjan Singh Bhullar Biography
Arjan Singh Bhullar is an Indo-Canadian fighter, and he represents both Canada and his Sikh heritage during his fights. He was the first person in the history of the UFC to ever wear a turban on his walk to the Octagon.
“Whenever you're the first, people don't understand sometimes. We had to educate the company as to what Sikhi is, what the turban represents, and once they understood that, they understood it was beautiful and they allowed it. You know, as athletes, you can represent your community, and who you are – your identity. And now that's important to be able to represent who I am, and our heritage as a people, on the Global platform in the UFC.” – Arjan Singh Bhullar
His mission in life, as he has stated many times, is to inspire younger fighters and provide them with a figure to look up to. He has also stated his goal of headlining the first-ever UFC Event in India.
Undefeated outside the UFC, Arjan Singh Bhullar had a record of 6 wins when he was signed by the UFC. He even managed to win his first fight in the company, defeating Luis Henrique via a Decision.
However, his next fight did not go quite how he wanted it to. He lost his fight against Adam Wieczorek via an Omoplata.
Since then, Arjan Singh Bhullar has bounced back in formidable fashion, and managed to pull off two back-to-back wins over Marcelo Golm and Juan Adams.
He has revealed that he is targeting bigger fights in the future, including an eventual title fight.