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Jordan Wright won’t let the loss stop him. “One day I will be a champion.”

LAS VEGAS, Nevada – UFC middleweight Jordan Wright brings a positive attitude to UFC Vegas 62, where he will meet Dusko Todorovic on Saturday night at UFC APEX.

Wright (12-3) was riding two bouts, losing to Bruno Silva and Marc-Andre Barriault respectively.

“Progress is perfect. i have been tested I’ve won some I’ve lost some But you know that’s just life. They taught me many wonderful things. I’m definitely not one to get caught up in defeat. I always come back to the gym no matter what. These past few fights have been an amazing learning experience for me,” Wright told Cageside Press among other media on Wednesday.

“I’m the best I’ve ever been. And it’s my time It’s my time.”

Fan-friendly fighting style Wright’s loss may have been what caused him to struggle with those losses. But he took advantage of the opportunity when they came. Even though his coach asked him to tone it down a bit.

“This is like I feel like I’m out there just moving and dancing. But then I saw an opportunity and it’s like BOOM that you might as well take. We’ve trained to be a little more conservative in some ways. But if I saw the killing, it was definitely a fight,” Wright said.

“But it’s okay. You hurt a guy you don’t need to get into right away. But you know, when I fought Jamie Pickett….just like when someone rocked this much. You have to fight!”

Somewhere in the back, his coach probably sighed.

Wright will take on Todorovic, who brings a well-rounded skill set to challenge him in the Octagon. Wright said he liked the competition. But all bets are closed until they enter the cage.

with injury weight problems And with such a big problem in MMA, you have to be ready for everyone.

“I like the competition, it’s great, but in the end you never know. You never know who will show up. So I’m ready to accept someone. There are certain things you want to look for in a specific man. But in the end… it might have been the champion that appeared before me that night and I was ready to fight him,” Wright said.

Ultimately, for Wright, it’s all about being a champion.

“I love being consistent. I want to go back to the gym after this win. Keep fighting. 185 or 205 don’t really care. I want to be consistent and keep my mark and show people that I’m not the one to mess with,” he said.

“One day I will be a champion.”

Watch the all-day media fight with Jordan Wright above. Wright meets Dusko Todorovic at UFC Vegas 62 on Saturday October 15 at UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

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