“All the hype is due to me. I am the hype. Everything I do adds to the hype. Saturday night will be no different, ”Garry said. “I’ll add to the hype when I take down Jordan Williams and everyone will see why I am the future.”
Not only does Garry guarantee a knockout, but he also plans to do it pretty quickly. Garry aims to get the knockout in 66 seconds, which would be a second faster than the first knockout of fellow Cage Warriors, Conor McGregor.
Garry’s aspirations to be a professional MMA fighter began when he saw McGregor walk through Cage Warriors and dominate the UFC. Garry wants the same meteoric rise as McGregor, and getting a quicker first win would show he’s serious.
Garry’s journey from Cage Warriors to the UFC
“Conor McGregor won in 67 seconds when he made his UFC debut, so maybe 66 seconds just to show I’m a little better, we’ll pick him too. Someone’s going to have to tap the taps at 60 seconds, so I know I’ve got six seconds to finish it, so I’m just going to do it and take it off, ”Garry said with a smile. “The fact that the UFC puts me on the biggest card of the year at MSG for my debut shows me how much they believe in me, how much they bought the hype, and they can see that kid is legitimate. For me it’s just a matter of, okay they can see it, anyone can see it, just go out there and do what I do best is ** ** people standing.