Aori Qileng

Mongolian Murderer


Paired with Cameron Else
January 14, 2022
Aoriqileng will face Cameron Else on April 23, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Aoriqileng hasn't had much success thus far in his brief UFC career. He's lost by unanimous decision in both of his fights with the promotion to date, falling to both Jeff Molina and Cody Durden. In Else, he'll face another fighter who's searching for his first UFC victory, as he suffered a second-round TKO defeat against Kyler Phillips in his promotional debut in October of 2020.
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Competitive effort in defeat
November 20, 2021
Aori Qileng lost to Cody Durden via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Qileng was more than competitive in a tight, back-and-forth affair in which both men landed more than their fair share of damage. The striking numbers between the two men were shockingly even considering the output of each fighter, but Qileng allowed Durden to land five successful takedowns, which was his ultimate undoing in terms of the judges' scorecards. Qileng is tall (5-foot-7) and physical for the flyweight division, but lacks a standout skill. The 28-year-old is going to need a win his next time out considering he has now dropped back-to-back unanimous decision to begin his UFC run.
Draws Durden in November
August 25, 2021
Qileng will take on Cody Durden in a flyweight matchup at the UFC event scheduled for Nov. 20, reports.
Qileng lost his UFC debut to Jeff Molina last April and was tuned up in the process, absorbing 189 significant strikes. On the bright side, he did land 116 of his own. He'll now face an opponent with a wrestling-based game plan, and how he adjusts will likely determine the outcome here.
Tuned up in UFC debut
April 24, 2021
Aoriqileng lost to Jeff Molina via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 27-29) at UFC 261 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
Aoriqileng looked good in the early going before quickly fading. The newcomer did a nice job of continuously taking the center of the Octagon and pushing the pace against Molina, but his striking defense was severely lacking, and Molina was landing at will throughout the later portion of the bout. This made for an excellent fight in which both men took home $50,000 Fight of the Night bonuses. Aoriqileng is big and physical for the division, but there is a clear hole in his game, and he's never going to be able to compete against halfway decent competition if he is unable to limit the amount of strikes he absorbs.
Set for UFC debut
March 2, 2021
Aoriqileng will fight Jeff Molina in a flyweight bout at UFC 261 on April 24, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Aoriqileng has won six straight MMA fights, with his most recent victory coming against Khiziri Abdulaev via KO in January of 2020. Jeff Molina will also be making his UFC debut in April.
Signs with UFC
January 27, 2021
Aoriqileng signed with the UFC on Wednesday, Marcel Dorff of reports.
Aoriqileng has won his last six fights dating back to November of 2018, most recently defeating Khiziri Abdulaev via KO in January of 2020. He'll now join the UFC flyweight division after beginning his -professional career with an 18-6 record.