GAMMA Gossip #22, your host as always Capelli King and after this i’ve got a GAMMA superstar inside the studio, current GAMMA Champ and WW kingpin Renan St Juste! O man! Best to maybe you have here dude, i must ask a couple of questions regarding your employment.
Question #1: It has been great having you in GAMMA and already an expert with the org with 12 fights. When you joined GAMMA did you think you may beat your previous top p4p ranking that has been #68 p4p at the time?
Answer: Answer #1 Definitely. I located GAMMA because my definitive goal shall be the top p4p fighter inside the world and GAMMA has a proven track record of building top P4P fighters like Tonal and Chigurh. I realize that the org will put me in situations to succeed and it’s as much as me to capitalize. Luckily, Used to.
Question #2: Already considered one of the better fighters in welterweight history, how can it feel to become in comparison to the likes of Alan Bundy and Alexander Khalifman?
Answer #2 It is really an honor to be in comparison to them. Whatever they did in their title reigns are amazing and truly devastating. However, feel that the top form of me is yet to come. I’m still developing and learning. I am aware will match what they did and maybe even more.
Question #3: Your main unavenged decrease in GAMMA came to Alan Bundy. He left after that for being NFC champion. You can find rumors he or she is returning for a few fights before he retires. How do you need to have a rematch at some time?
Answer #3 I’ll certainly realize that rematch. It’s my first title fight inside a global top org along with the pressure ate me. I know I will do better than what I showed in that fight. Therefore if he ever returns to GAMMA, I might love to be the individual that will be sending him on the Bahamas.
Question #4: You happen to be currently on a 8 fight winning streak, one particular wins came over top 100 p4o competition, which do you consider your biggest win so far?
Answer #4 The Other Gump fight along with the latest combat MK Ultra, I do think would be the biggest wins of my career thus far. I came in into the 2nd Gump fight together with the best mentality I had created. The loss against him inside our first fight made me understand that I can not waste my talent and turn into simply a regular fighter. I refocused and patched in the holes in the game. Alternatives Ultra fight, it was a battle against a premier 10 WW of the world so beating him convincingly is a big confidence booster personally. It made me think to hang with all the professionals.
Question #5: The biggest fight in your life happens next against Sinuhe Egyptian, some guy managed by Mr Gutz, manager of Alan Bundy! Exactly what do you think the chance come in this fight and you think she has the “managers” mental advantage having beaten you before?
Answer #5 I am aware I am the underdog in this fight on the other hand sense that this is going to be my moment. The time for the world to view my full potential. I’m confident I could win this fight and I will not hold back.
Buster Grimes v Kenichi Shirahama (265lbs top contender fight)
As i predicted, that one led to a Buster Grimes win. What some expect is it would go the entire 5 rounds. The fight itself was VERY close. Buster barely won your dream 48:47 on all 3 judges scorecards. Both fighters had their moments. Kenichi been able to keep your distance for a lot of the fight, scoring with long kicks and completing when using 6 takedowns. It had been his wherewithal to finish your struggle in the grass which cost him eventually though, mainly on account of Buster’s overall aggression standing up. Buster takes on Simon Williams to the GAMMA HW title next, while Kenichi will go up against Fidel Dubbery to the top contender.
Movie v Danny Mangold (205lbs title)
2 beyond 2. The actual favorite beat the paper favorite with this fight. The fight was mostly a standup battle, but in the end it was a one (and only) takedown by Danny Mangold which ended it. He eventually got the mount and unloaded the important ones to finish it having a vicious barrage, John eventually had to submit to the strikes. Danny will be experiencing a super fight next, the opponent will need to be decided.
Raz Matazz v Tsatsu Gomi
I would want to focus on a congratulation of Raz Matazz since this fight will require him to 50 fights in GAMMA, equaling the record set by Jack Burton!
Tsatsu Gomi is a EUFC legend, but retired from your sport this past year only to create a comeback with GAMMA recently, beating Brodie Sinclair with a Breathtaking display winning with a Submission (RNC). Against him is possibly the most skilled fighter in the game today. 4x Elite, Raz Matazz. Raz has been on steroids, pot and other stuff for a while though, losing 5 of his last 7. If Tsatsu may take your dream to the floor, it’s going to be over very quickly. Among Raz’s recent loss was a RNC to Usain Watts, which also actually is one of Tsatsu’s specialty moves. Intending with an upset with this battle to Tsatsu Gomi.
Rick James v Peter Cabreros
Peter retreats into this fight winning his last fight against Jesse Custer by an impressive TKO. He’s facing one of the better becoming more popular GAMMA fighters, 26y old Rick James, which is on a good run of 2 wins against top welterweight fighters Ferdinando Ferrari and Vladik Fedotov. Either fighter can win this one and it ought to be pretty close. It could be one which matches the choice as that maybe what both fighters specialize in, however Peter has become upping his aggression recently. A victory here’s essential for fighters as it may align a premier contender or super fight from the new future. I do think i am going to select Rick James for this one, by decision.
Keith Green v Fred Ettish 2 (For your 185lbs title)
This can be the second time these 2 monsters meet. Fred has returned to his best as recently, winning 2 uninterruptedly against Bill Belton and Usain Watts in decisive TKO/KO wins. His new-found adoration for the game and aggressive style might be a factor because of this fight. However Keith could win decision fights. He won the rematch in his last deal with Frank Sinatra, after losing the prior one by Submission late within the 5th. The last time these 2 fought was obviously a very very close fight. A determination (split) win for Keith. This medicine same story, yet it’s always hard to discount Fred from your title fight.
Renan St Juste v Sinuhe Egyptian (IMMA Super fight)
One of the largest fights of the year and yet another one including GAMMA’s personal Rena St Juste! Renan is performing stuff nobody is expected. A lot is related to the right tactics his coach Gale Hawthorne has were able to pull off against seemingly superior opposition. He has upset after upset and everyone is calling him out. Against Sinuhe he’s once again the underdog. All i can say is the GAMMA management is already booking in advance his next fight, possibly against p4p #1 Otso Jokinen, that is certainly how confident they are inside their guy. In any event, a win for Renan here will likely be his biggest in his career.
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