UFC 249’s Fabricio Werdum On Return to Action After 2-Year Hiatus, Training With Mike Tyson + More!

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke via Skype with former UFC Heavyweight champ Fabricio Werdum and heard what he had to say about squaring off with Aleksei Oleinik at UFC 249 on May 9th, 2020. Fabricio talks about avoiding Oleinik’s Ezekiel choke, the effect the COVID-19 crisis has had on his camp and preparation, the pros and cons of the long lay-off due to suspension, his thoughts on re-signing with the UFC after completing this contract and much more!

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13 Comments on "UFC 249’s Fabricio Werdum On Return to Action After 2-Year Hiatus, Training With Mike Tyson + More!"

    • @Karyn Bryant Oh I'm sure you know him better than us. Though I still think he would rather to ask for clarification if he had almost no idea what the question actually is all about. But sometimes like 10:53, he might prefer to go ahead based on those few bold things he'd heard clearly. So sadly he never answered if he got something good that he was never good at before. The interview as a whole was so fine and I liked both your smiles! Just forgot to thank you for doing that. Thank you.

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