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Cody Garbrandt Eyes on UFC Flyweight Title 2020, and explains why he can beat Deiveson Figueiredo in the battle

Cody Garbrandt
Cody Garbrandt

Cody Garbrandt has set his eyes on the UFC flyweight division for that he will have to-defeat Its champion Deiveson Figueiredo. He had claimed the UFC bantamweight throne.

Cody Garbrandt Eyes on UFC Flyweight Title 2020, and explains why he can beat Deiveson Figueiredo in the battle

Garbrandt has said recently in his interview with ESPN. Garbrandt has the record (12-3 MMA) and (7-3 UFC). Garbrandt has placed his eye on the title of the Flyweight category and its current Figueiredo (19-1 MMA, 8-1 UFC) has not been officially offered.

Garbrandt spoked in his recent interview about his interest in dropping down his weight to challenge Figueiredo the recently- crowned 125-pound champion.

Cody Garbrandt
Cody Garbrandt

His words were “As far as I know, I don’t have a contract in hand, We’re trying to wait on that with Ali and Dana and Mick and Sean. I have been thinking about going to 125-pound weight for quite some time now. he spoke it before the fight with Assuncao. I feel like it’s great. I’m able to do it now still early in my career.

He just turned 29. his word was “I’m able to go to 125-pound, challenge, and win that title. Then I’ll go back up 135 pounds and challenge the best of them there.

He mentions that “The sports always upgrade so you’ve to upgrade yourself with it, “I have a head coach. I have an offensive coordinator. I have every place set up, every coach set up for what I need to reach my goal and my dreams. They are always there to help me through the whole process.

ESPN asked Dana white on Monday about a potential Garbrandt vs. Figueiredo pairing, The UFC president Dana White responded,” Anything is possible.” Garbrandt designates the UFC president Dana White has shown an interest in the pairing in a recent conversation.

Garbrandt spoke in his interview about his plan “I talked to Dana when he was on “Fight Island, he said he’ll work on it and he spoke with Ali, my coach Mark Henry, and my coaches out here in Sacramento. That’s the plan for right now to lose his 20-pound weight. he is recently 145-pound and he doesn’t want to cut down until he reaches 135 pounds. he said most of the fighter are cutting down their weight for the flyweight.

I can dominate the pace or where I want to place it. I have been in the ring with some of the best fighters in the world for 25 min. I feel like my conditioning stamina will never be a problem for me.