He did not stir the pot for his fight with Frank Camacho, for a clash with Belal Muhammad or his PPV confrontation with Niko Price.
It’s just not who he is.
“I’m never going to beg for a fight. You can put that in stone. You can guarantee that if a fight comes to me, the right way, I’ll take it, “said Neal.” I could still potentially get two or three fights by the end of the year. Hell yeah, I want to fight, and hell yeah, I want more money in my bank account. So if Dana can do it, I’ll fight. I’m downstairs. “
And even if Neal isn’t sure when he has another fight in the books, he will just continue to do his homework, face to face with his teammates and coaches from Fortis MMA and stay ready for his next chance.
Hopefully we will see Neal in the Octagon as soon as possible.
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