The bantamweight prospect details he started his career three years ago, with highlights from his LFA clash with UFC veteran Vince Cachero spliced between the traditional ‘confessional shots’ from the representative of the ‘Ortega team. While he has a 9-1-1 record, Sholinian says, “It doesn’t matter” because everyone’s goal in the house is to win, describing his style as “a car without a steering wheel. “.
During his preparation session with Liudvik, Ortega explains that while there is a language barrier between the two, there are still ways to communicate and impart knowledge, including the taped patterns they created on the ground for any of their footwork and movements. exercises.
Ortega says he sees himself in Liudvik, acknowledging the same independent and “war-ready” spirit that propelled him into the title race, suggesting that the Team Ortega fighter is “called up” for his next fight with Mitch. He thinks they’ve properly assessed what Mitch brings to the table and formulated a game plan to beat him based on moves, takedowns and breaking his willpower.
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Back home, Team Volkanovski is gathered in the living room and middleweight Bryan Battle asks Mitch, “How has this fighting game impacted your life?
Mitch explains that he was angry when he was younger, that he frequently got rid of the yard with his two brothers, and when he entered the gym for the first time, he was able to hang out with kids who were had been training for a year or two. already. Like many who play the sport, he is a natural competitor and has always preferred the individual nature of combat sports to team sports.