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  • Justin is very interesting.

  • Fighting fighter is very exciting about his last fight.

  • I was very impressed.

  • It was great performance.

  • You know how to wrestle how to kick out toe punch here.

  • Good experience, but same time, I feel I'm gonna make him tired.

  • Bond, I'm gonna finish this guy.

  • This is my opinion, you know?

  • But I'm ready for all around, you know, alot five round war, but my goal on this fight make him target and choke him out.

  • Justin, what's your reaction right there?

  • Toe Habib saying that he's gonna choke you out.

  • Yeah, there's no pain in there.

  • I'm not scared of that.

  • All that is is Ah, nice little dream.

  • So there's nothing there.

  • I'm going in there to create damage.

  • Assumes I chopped his legs up a few times.

  • He's not gonna be ableto you know, explode like he wants to to get to my legs.

  • Get to my hips were not gonna be on the fence.

  • He's gonna be in a world of hurt once I touch a couple of nerves in his legs.

  • Just appreciate you being on the show.

  • I'm a huge fan of yours.

  • Talk to me about this B B could be even to make a medal is 28.

  • And so what is it about him, in your estimation, has left him undefeated.

  • And what is it specifically that you think you could do that nobody else has been able to do when it comes to him?

  • I mean, shoot, You know, time will tell.

  • I don't.

  • This guy 28 0, he beats everybody the same exact way.

  • He is very dominant, very superior in, um, his ability to put you against the fence and use the fence, Um, to get you to the ground.

  • Unfortunately for him, I've been training the same thing as he has for as long as he has nobody.

  • Nobody is a wrestler.

  • Nobody's a graph where nobody's been wrestling as long as he has.

  • Hey has outworked everybody.

  • He's fought except for me.

  • And that's what I bring Justin.

  • Ever since early UFC, what we saw was that the B.

  • J.

  • J and wrestling was necessary.

  • That background was necessary.

  • And when American wrestlers figured that out and they could add striking and, you know, ground and pound and stuff, they started being very successful.

  • You have a wrestling background But really, you're known as a striker.

  • How did that happen?

  • How did you go from a wrestling background to being so effective as a striker?

  • It's Yeah, you know, I would say it's, uh, my athletic ability.

  • You know, I played every sport.

  • Football was my favorite sport.

  • I was a quarterback in high school, was a pitcher in high school.

  • Throwing the ball is the same.

  • Mechanics is throwing a punch, and I hit so hard.

  • And that's because, you know, I've been working on the mechanics of throwing a punch without knowing it since I was a child throwing the ball.

  • Me and my dad played catch, you know, almost every week, every day.

  • This dude was you know, my twin brother didn't have the same energy as me.

  • So he had to get out there and be my, uh, be my play buddy.

  • I think anybody going up against you knows better than standing in front of you and trying to just swing blows and go blow for blow to make a metal.

  • Used the word choked for a reason because he plans on wrestling You.

  • I know you talked about that being your background, but you've got 19 knockouts in your career.

  • If I remember correctly, talk to me about how you're going to go about the business off taking him out as opposed to just getting in a wrestling match with them.

  • That's not what you want to do, is it?

  • No.

  • No, I've, uh I've used my wrestling my entire career to keep this standing.

  • Uh, the quickest way off of Matt was to pin somebody the quickest way out of the fighters to knock somebody out.

  • I don't get paid by the minute.

  • I get paid by the match.

  • Eso I'm in there to finish it as quick as possible.

  • How do you use your wrestling to stay standing up?

  • What do you mean by that?

  • Yeah, So, you know, taking somebody down is just important is not getting taken down and wrestling, you know, using your hips thio to sprawl to scramble.

  • Um, those air just as important as being able to shoot a good double Laker or throw a good lap drop.

  • Um, in an American wrestling, you are rewarded for getting out for escaping.

  • So again, I've been working on that for for a very long time, so it's like wax on wax off.

  • You were working on things you didn't even realize that you were working on, and now it's coming in handy.

  • But I wanna ask you about about Habib's kind of aura of invincibility.

  • 28.

  • Now you know, 18 inside the distance.

  • Best pound for pound fighter in the world.

  • How do you overcome that?

  • Psychologically going in there?

  • You said you're not scared of a little dream if you get choked out.

  • But how do you overcome that kind of aura he has in your own mind as you prepare for the fight?

  • No, nobody is unbeatable.

  • Nobody's infallible.

  • Um, I was 18 to know, and I was I was, you know, undefeated at one time as well at 18 fights.

  • That's not that's not a small amount of fights to go undefeated in this sport.

  • Had seven amateur fights.

  • I was 25 on my 1st 1st 25 fights.

  • So you know, he, uh, he would be a fool to think he's available.

  • He knows he's not.

  • He knows he could be beaten.

  • That's why, uh, you know, everybody's so nervous.

  • The sport is unique.

  • This sport is not like football not like basketball, not like Gulf.

  • There's so much on the line.

  • Um, you know, you represent your family.

  • And when when someone loses, you know your family feels it, it's Ah, there's there's repercussions to losing, you know, not only financially, but, uh, as far as your health.

  • You know, football is so dangerous, but there is a team out there to support you.

  • Once you step in the octagon, it's you and you alone.

  • And, um, he will understand that he, you know, I know he's human, and he will understand that he's human assumes that fight starts.

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, you were fearless against Ferguson.

  • You took that on short notice.

  • T k o him and a lot of people thought Ferguson had the best shot at handing him his first loss.

  • So now you're you're up for the challenge here, but I want to ask you about a quote.

  • I saw that you said to Mike Tyson that I find really interesting.

  • You said that you would rather lose by knockout in a crazy fight than win by decision.

  • How do does that mentality prepare you when you head into the octagon?

  • Yo, um, I do not worry or think about things that are there out of my control, preparation, nutrition, sleep and work.

  • And, uh, you know how hard I work When I step in that gym every single day is the only things that are going to play a factor when I step into the octagon.

  • So when I step in there, I do not worry about anything other than those very, very few things.

  • And it makes me, you know, comfortable.

  • It allows me to be okay with whatever the outcome is, as long as I do my best then and I do not, you know, and I represent myself and my family to the fullest.

  • Then I have nothing to lose in there.

  • Alright, I know you're focused on the Maga met often.

  • We have to let you go.

  • So I need a Yes.

  • No answer here.

  • But I gotta ask you Connor McGregor said he would butcher you.

  • Could we potentially see gaity McGregor in the future?

  • Oh, he's fighting at 1 70 now.

  • So he's irrelevant.

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Justin is very interesting.

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Justin Gaethje previews fight vs. Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 254 | First Take

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/25
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