Gorjan "GoGo" Slaveski has big goals as a fighter.
One of those goals is to bring the BKFC Squared Circle to Macedonia, the Southeast Europian country from which he hails.
“That’s my biggest dream. That would mean more to me than anything,” says Slaveski, who now lives in Miami.
Another goal of the hard-hitting Skopje product is to win the BKFC World Welterweight Championship – a crucial step in bringing BKFC to his native Macedonia.
“Winning the belt will mean the world to me, my family, my friends and my country – I don’t do this just for myself,” he says.
“Winning the title is definitely going to change my life, and it’s going to change a lot of people’s lives. I’m doing it for my family, my friends and my home nation.”
Slaveski takes the next step in his journey to BKFC gold in the Main Event of BKFC 35 on Jan. 27 in Myrtle Beach, SC, LIVE on the BKFC App. He meets Cuban UFC vet Yosdenis Cedeno (2-0).
A victory in South Carolina will elevate Slaveski’s spotless record to 5-0. But Slaveski isn’t just looking for another win – he’s hungry to make a statement and lay claim to the next shot at Luis Palomino (8-0), the current BKFC World Welterweight Champion.
“We’ll see what happens, but I’m predicting a knockout in the second round,” he says. “I’m definitely going for the knockout from the opening bell.”