Thursday, January 30, 2014

Lamas ready for UFC 169

He had to wait longer than planned, but eventually Ricardo Lamas has the fight he wanted. This Saturday, February 1st will face Jose Aldo in UFC 169, which will take place at Prudential Center, home of the NHL New Jersey Devils.
The fight for the featherweight title faces the Cuban and Mexican descent with the Brazilian, who can sneak to the number one of the ranking with a win. Aldo is the favorite in the odds to win this fight, and you can see the complete list of combats in MyTopSportsbooks.com.
Aldo has not been defeated since November 2005 Jungle Fight while Lamas is 4-0 after joining the UFC and is recognized as one of the best in the division. "I feel good, the hard part is over and now I'm going to fight on Saturday", explained Lamas.
Despite his confidence in the short distance, he knows that Aldo can end a fight with his knees and fists. “He is the champion and one of the most dominant UFC fighters, but I trained for over three months, and I'm more than ready “, he added.
After the UFC announce that UFC Channel Network can be seen in most pay -TV services in Mexico, Lamas recalled his last visit to that country a few months ago.
"Loved Mexico City, I went to promote the new UFC Channel Network. People turned out very nice, very friendly and I enjoyed the trip “, said Lamas, who wears the Mexican and Cuban flags in his trunks during fights.
UFC 169 represents a major commitment to the company because despite being the first pay per view of the year in the U.S., the event will have two title fights, including the main event that features Renan Barao and Urijah Faber.
Lamas said he is happy with the challenge and promised that fans will not be disappointed at this event that also includes the fight between Frank Mir and Alistair, in the heavyweight division, and Ali Bagautinov Russian versus John Lineker for the flyweight title.