“It was my dream to fight in Brazil. I know that Arlovski is a great fighter and will be a hard test but I’m hungry and wanting a lot to step in the octagon again. You can expect me looking forward to winning all the time. I always go for the KO or the submission and won’t be different this time. I respect my opponent a lot but I’ll be focused, I want to impose my game and deliver a great show for the audience.”
“It will be great to have the support of the crowd. It’s a big opportunity for me, I’m sure that it will be a great fight.”
Set to headline UFC Fight Night 51, Antonio ‘Bigfoot’ Silva and Andrei Arlovski are currently prepping for a do-over of their 2010 Strikeforce battle.
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