“He has a good jiu-jitsu. That’s not his strongest weapon, but he’s the typical modern fighter. He knows how to do everything. He has a good jiu-jitsu and Muay Thai, and good wrestling. He’s the new generation. He’s an excellent athlete. He has many things to prove and I’m happy to fight him. I know that a win over him brings great rewards. I’m fighting for a long time, not only in MMA but also jiu-jitsu, so I expect that my experience will make the difference in this fight.”
In an interview with MMAFighing.com, UFC 170 fighter Demian Maia, touched on his edge in experience over Rory MacDonald.
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