Las Vegas – Phil Hoes He told reporters on Wednesday at UFC Fight Night 194 Media Day.
Hawes (11-2 MMA, 3-0 UFC) will face Deron Winn in a middleweight contest at the UFC Apex Saturday event. The two open the main card of the event.
“The main thing you have to think about is he’s a tough wrestler and I’m a tough wrestler,” Hose told MMA Junkie and other reporters about preparing to face Win on Media Day. “There are a lot of tough wrestlers in Sanford MMA, so it’s not that crazy (to prepare) and with just a few tweaks we’re here now. From there on Saturday Ready to kick out. “
Hawes wanted to talk to Winn about the match and win a knockout instead of proving that he was a good wrestler. What happens next if you extend the UFC match to 4-0?
You can see Hawes’s full pre-match interview in the video above.
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