according to I think he’s going to win over (Jorge) Masvidal, and I think he’s going to win over (Tyron) Woodley if he fights him.
I’m going to be 36 years old when I’m going to fight, and it’s all going to depend on what’s going to happen and how it’s going to happen.
These are my last fight few that I’m going to do, and I want to pick them very carefully.
I’m going to fight at 185 right now,” St-Pierre said, per Shaun Al-Shatti of MMA Fighting.
I think he’s just so good at what he does.
as mentioned in For now, Gastelum is still wrapping his brain around the idea that he’s fighting Silva in the first place.
When Kelvin Gastelum called out Anderson Silva after Gastelum defeated Vitor Belfort in the main event of UFC Fight Night 106, he never would have imagined the fight would be signed just a few days later.
“I didn’t think he was actually going to take the fight,” Gastelum said.
“Over the next few months I’m going to have to really convince myself it’s happening.
I’m fighting the greatest of all-time, it’s like fighting Mike Tyson.”The TUF 17 winner has taken dubbed a “Legend Killer” since he began his latest run at 185.
as mentioned in And that’s something he ultimately regrets, despite the fame that has come along with prize fighting.
‘Rampage’ regrets starting MMA: ‘I feel like I lost my family’Now living more than 1,500 miles away from most of his family, Quinton Jackson had to give up being close with them for mixed martial arts.
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