Sage Northcutt (6-0 MMA), with a “Super” type of win, could let the talent rich lightweight division know that he’s coming. “The Pfist” Pfister (12-4-1 MMA) fighting out of Amarillo, TX is more than a game opponent. Northcutt, a third degree black belt in Taekwondo, will be working to keep the fight on his feet.
Pfister lost to James Moontasari back in February, but bounced back with a win against Yosdenis Cedeno at UFC 193.
Pfister, on the other hand, can stand and bang or take the fight to the mat, but standing and trading with Northcutt may not be in his best interest. We’ll find out how it all shakes down on UFC Fight Night 80 Dec. 10th. Enjoy the video.