“Austin fans are pro bono”

If anyone needs any accurate information Calvin Kattar UFC is a top-time fighter, perhaps it’s his bout Saturday in Austin, Texas Joseph Emmett it will be the fourth consecutive main event and the fifth main event in the last six raids.

The lanky feature from Methuen, Massachusetts, delivered a defeating battle last night in three main event appearances.

He’s been in the UFC for nearly five full years, and the fame of the fighter is as difficult as coming up, as he’s about to take on all the challengers.

It’s a little upside down to Emmett, who is seventh, three holes below him numbered 4. However, he was busy with all of the above – meet No. defender Alexander Volkanovski We’re going to be the 1 Max Holloway next month. 2 and 3 Brian. Ortega and Yair Rodriguez — Kattar doesn’t see that path.

He would prefer to be in a fight against a higher rank opponent to help him for a timely title, but he knows he’ll win everything he’s determined to do. Win and finally break something.

“It’s not hard” [to fight opponents ranked behind me] when you only focus on what you can control,” Kattar told Yahoo Sports. “I can’t control everything. For me it always depends on how I can control it. That’s how I work every day on my own” [training] then I’ll finish my sessions, get convalescence, get the right foods, and prepare myself on Saturday night. Josh Emmett defeats me one step closer.

Kattar’s victory came in an impressive January victory over Giga Chikadze, in which Kattar suffered a near-common goal late in the rushing fight. His first fight was the year before when Holloway had been defeated.

Someone took a picture of Kattar and Chikadze at the hospital after the fight, and it looks like they had survived the head-on collision. It was a reminder of Kattar’s stubbornness and ability to face any issue.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JANUARY 15: (LR) Calvin Kattar boxed Giga Chikadze of Georgia in their featherweight fight in the UFC Fight Night event at UFC Apex on January 15 of 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

(LR) Calvin Kattar fights Giga Chikadze of Georgia in his featherweight fight in the UFC Fight Night event at UFC Apex on January 15, 2022 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Emmett is also one of the UFC’s most difficult fighters to finish. Emmett’s knee blew up with Shane Burgos early in the fight, and the fight still went a remarkable distance.

“He’s certainly going to be a hell of a fight,” Kattar said, laughing. “You have two guys who can give one shot and know that I think the Austin fans are good.”

Emmett has a struggle, but also has strong hands, as he has scored six hits in 17 victories. He won four in a row, in which he won a remarkable victory over Dan Ige and six of his last seven.

He poses many difficulties, but Kattar doesn’t worry about how Emmett will manage with style.

He will go out and try to put on Emmett his style.

“He got the opportunity to finish the fight,” said Kattar. “He brings some wrestlings to the table, so that we’ll see how he fights during the night, what he presents as menacing, and what he’s responding to, what I’m going to bring to the table.” that’s what the fight is and [you have to] see how he throws off. But that which is good, I will endeavor to respond to myself rather than to him.

Kattar is nearly 6 feet tall in the division with both length and concentration problems for most opponents. It is very difficult for those prelates to obtain a distance because they can often keep them longer than they prefer.

This has the shape of the weight of lightness which it expresses in a thin body, but it is the science which approaches it. He will perform on Friday, but then he will fight during the night and will recover up to 165 pounds.

“I like,” he says, “enough,” and “far more” than he has many advantages over his opponents. “But a portion of that weight can be properly trimmed, which I believe has made us great in this context. Cutting the weight just means doing it and then using it to reach our advantage.

“A guy like Josh is a great, shy guy, but I have something laid on him. We’ll see how he plays, but I’ll try to keep him in my arms. But if he comes in, we have something to do with it too. There are many ways to go here, but I see them all ending up with an open hand.

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