STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 400
Significant Strikes Landed: 181
TAKEDOWN ACCURACYTakedowns Attempted: 7
Aoriqileng is a Chinese mixed martial artist, competing in the UFC Light-Heavyweight division. He has been fighting professionally since 2008 and currently holds an impressive record of 15 wins and five losses. His nickname is “The Prince” – a testament to his immense talent, skill and grace inside the cage.
Born in Liaoning Province of China in 1987, Aoriqileng began training in martial arts at the age of 12 under master Ding Longwei. Initially seeking out a physical activity to help him stay fit and active, he quickly developed into an expert fighter capable of performing various techniques with precision and agility. By 2006 he had earned himself a black belt in Jiujitsu as well as many other honours from various competitions throughout his homeland China.
In 2008 Aoriqileng made his professional debut when he faced off against fellow Chinese fighter Xu Daigo at Regional MMA Championships 2: Kings Of The Cage event held by Legend FC promotion company. After going three rounds with Daigo it was eventually decided that Aoriqileng had won via unanimous decision – handing him his first ever professional victory! This was just the beginning for “The Prince” who then went on to string together another six consecutive wins before getting signed by Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) organization two years later; making him one of only two Chinese fighters on their roster at that time (the other being Zhang Tiequan).
In 2014 Aoriqueling made his debut against American fighter Cody Donovan at UFC Fight Night 42 – where he remained undefeated despite losing via split-decision after three rounds of action packed entertainment inside the octagon! Since then The Prince has gone 4-4 within UFC promotion company but is still considered one of their brightest prospects due to his tremendous ability both standing up striking wise or grappling wise on the mat during ground exchanges! Amongst those four victories are some very impressive wins too over names like Martin Kampmann, Anthony Smith & Ovince Saint Preux amongst others which highlights what potential this young man truly possesses…
By 2017 Aoriqueling had fought nine bouts under contract with UFC organisation but unfortunately lost all remaining four fights during that period which saw him get released from said promotions after seven total years within it’s ranks across both Asia Pacific & US branches combined; leading some fans believing there may be no way back now for this great talent? Fortunately though this wasn’t true as 2018 saw “The Prince” return once again – now signed onto Professional Fighters League (PFL) promotional venture where he continues fight under their banner today having recently won an exciting match against Thiago Silva last year (2019).
So far through fifteen fights spanning across 11 years thus far we’ve seen enough evidence suggest that although not always consistent yet still coming away victorious more often than not makes us believe there’s much more greatness left to be uncovered behind these athletic endeavors…and we can only wait until next time when “The Prince” returns so we can see if indeed it shall come true…