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Christian Natividad willing to fight after 13 months of layoff

Christian Natividad Flyweight is back

It’s been a long 13 months for Natividad, the Hawaiian fighter who fights outside of Arizona having a great 2021 and plenty of momentum coming in this year. ) and not being offered a fight completely stopped his momentum.

“To be honest, I think you can say that this is God’s plan or whatever it is. You don’t understand how God works sometimes. And I mean, it’s been a long time, but actually it’s been a long time,” Natividad told Cageside Press in an exclusive interview.

“It was very disappointing to have my first four career fights in one year and then a full year off. I feel like I’m looking for a good trend. but honestly I appreciate your free time because when you are in the camp and you’re fighting back You will only be able to make progress. because during the campfire you are sharpening the tool when you leave the camp That’s when you really learn and expand techniques and stuff like that. So this long layoff has really given me the opportunity to grow.”

Natividad returned to action against Israel Galvan at LFA 144 and he is very happy with the matchup. He is planning to return to the finish line. By having been stopped in his first two pro fights.

“I am excited. People count the days. I count the minutes. I’m excited. So excited… I love competition. I’ve never met anyone shorter than me. And I believe he might be an inch shorter than me. Or maybe two inches shorter than me. So this is going to be new, but yes, he’s a strong man. He is strong,” said Natividad. “My previous battle was a decision. I look forward to getting back to that knockout streak. So I hope to knock this guy out.”

See the rest of our interview with Christian Natividad above. Natividad vs. Galvan will be played this Friday at LFA 144 exclusively in the UFC Fight Pass.

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