Claudio Puelles placeholder image (10-2 MMA, 2-1 UFC) will have a very tough battle this weekend. The Peruvian fighter will enter the most important cage in the world for the first time in 21 months. Jordan leavitt (8-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) will be his rival in the UFC Vegas 28, complicating things. Thus, the South American spoke with MMA Junkie Radio hours ago, telling what he thinks could happen.
Therefore, starting with his words, Docks He said, “This is actually my first camp here, but I love it. I love the atmosphere. I love training so I could be doing all my camps here. So after this fight, I’ll go home, relax a bit, and go back to training. The first day I walked in, I was doing pads with someone in the Octagon.
I was actually improving a lot, and I’m kind of sad this camp is over, but hey, I had to fight at some point, so this may be the perfect time. I just walked in and said hello to him, but he was working. But after that he came to me and we talked a little bit, like two minutes, a little short. But I felt that he was a really good guy, as if nobody knew me here in the United States, “added the Peruvian from UFC.
South America is with him
In addition Claudio He commented, “I haven’t fought in America yet, so I’m not that well known, but I will be. So it wasn’t like a big name, that’s what I mean, and he treated me like anyone else. He treats everyone the same in the gym, and that is something I respect very much. I don’t like having a crown in the gym, like the best boy there is. My old coach never treated us like this.
“I feel very good about myself right now. I know I am at a very high level. I just haven’t shown it in the Octagon yet because I haven’t had a lot of fights, but I do know the guys I train with. I know I’m at that level, so it’s only a matter of time. He’s a nice guy. He is undefeated, but he is not the best guy I have fought with, “he said. Claudio Puelles placeholder image to close.
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