The UFC 264 this Saturday has great stars of the MMA, so everyone wants the bonus of the night. In that sense, the one who spoke in these hours was Michel Pereira, the Brazilian figure who is recognized for doing various pirouettes inside the cage. Talking with Combate, the South American made it clear that this weekend they will see his best version and that he will stay with “the fight of the night.”
At the beginning, Pereira He acknowledged the following: “People made it my signature, being a showman, doing the things I do. I built this cargo and now I have to carry it. People are waiting for it, so I’m going to go out and be able to do it, because I’m very focused. My head is in the right place. I’ll go out there and do my thing, win the fight and get the ‘Fight of the Night’ award. “
I’m sure I’m going to steal the show and have the best fight of the night. I trained for that. Every day I go to the gym and with the gift that God has given me and the help of my coaches, I will be very well prepared for the 10. It’s going to be crazy for Niko Price. I’m so prepared, ”the Brazilian star also commented, looking for the victory that would bring him closer to the title.
To close with his words, Michel He indicated: «I am going to impose my rhythm, by how I trained and by the state of mind in which I am. We train really hard, so I’m going to let NIko Price: Your cardio better be up to date, because it’s going to get you excited. I’m excited. If he lets me do my thing, he’s screwed. It’s crazy in real time and I’ll try to spin around everywhere. It’s going to be wild.
Welterweight Niko Price Y Michel Pereira will be, without a doubt, one of the most exciting matches of the evening. Although both men have had mixed results in the Octagon thus far, they both have great things to deliver to the crowd at T-Mobile in Las Vegas. As is known, there will surely be stunts or a knockout of another planet.
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