How did you get into the sport of martial arts?

I had a lot of anger as a child, I always was getting in trouble for fighting I other sports, and I love to fight, it all just seemed to work together.  

What is your favorite strike or submission?
Flying armbar

What or who is your biggest inspiration?
Jesus Christ, the man, who no matter what, never “tapped out”.

Who do you train with? Why? Who pushes you the hardest in the gym?
My whole team pushes me hard each and everyday in and out of the gym, they all get equal credit. 

Where do you feel most comfortable in a fight?
I like to bang but I am comfortable wherever the fight goes, clinch, standing, ground, I’m down to dance. 

What was your childhood and adolescents like?
Eat, sports, flirt with girls, get in trouble, the usual kinda stuff a young man does. 

If you could say one thing to your opponent what would it be?
Be ready for a scrap homie. 
What makes you different than any other local fighter in mma in your weight class? 
I show up, everytime, regardless of the situation, ready for war. I’m a warrior, and I ALWAYS fight to win, not fight to not lose. I do not stop until I’ve known that I won every second, of every minute, of every round. 

If you could watch anyone fight in any era who would it be? 
The 300 spartans vs Xerxes Persian Army of 1,000,000. 

What do you want to be remembered for?
Being a warrior, and the best in the world at my weight class, bar none.


 
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