MMAOddsBreaker’s Frank Trigg speaks with UFC Fight Night 82 lightweight KJ Noons as he prepares for his upcoming preliminary card main event this Saturday night (February 6, 2016) against Josh Burkman at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The talented former boxer thinks many people might be taking his athleticism for granted as he enters the bout tomorrow night:
“I just get caught up in wanting to be the toughest and baddest. If you want to look at what Josh has to offer, he’s a good athlete. I was a great athlete growing up, I’m probably the better athlete. If I just put my fighter IQ, my skills to what I think I can do, I grew up fighting, if I can use my head instead of wanting to just throw down, I think I have a good advantage over a lot of people in the fight game.”