In the inaugural episode of Fight SZN, the official podcast by Inside Fighting, IF's Andrew Capucetti and Jesse Rowe discuss the the top stories in the fight game, including: Sergei Pavlovich dominating Tai Tuivasa at UFC Orlando; Dustin Poirier and Conor McGregor beefing over Twitter while Dustin is in the hospital with a staph infection; Nate Diaz getting the key to the city of Stockton and who Nate should fight next; plus we preview UFC 282, Bellator 289, and weigh in on One Championship's big announcement that they are officially coming to the United States with the trilogy fight rematch between Demetrious Johnson and Adriano Moraes.
There’s a word for how Danny Sabetello feels going into his bout against Raufeon Stots this Friday - confident.
Inside Fighting’s Andrew Capucetti got a chance to ask the Bellator bantamweight what he thinks about his upcoming fight. Sabatello’s response? “I’m so much better than this f***ing clown!”
Raufeon Stots thinks Danny Sabatello talks a big game - but won’t be able to back it up when they fight at Bellator 289 on December 9th. Inside Fighting’s Andrew Capucetti got a chance to sit down with Stots, who says Sabatello tries to hype up what he’s going to do in the cage, only to try to hang on to his opponent’s back to win rounds.
“It’s just a facade,” Stots told Capucetti. “He [doesn’t] even want to wrestle, really. He wants to get to your back and hang on and win a round.” Stots - who is a two-time NCAA wrestling champion - is confident Sabatello isn’t going to implement his lay-and-pray gameplan.
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