Bruno Santos Discusses Being Undefeated Heading Into His UFC Debut
Posted by Larry Csonka on 12.06.2013
He fights Krzysztof Jotko tonight!
- Bruno Santos (13-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) recently spoke about being undefeated heading into his UFC debut. Here are the highlights…
On Being Undefeated: "I think being undefeated is a good thing. It means I've been doing the right type of work. My responsibility is to continue to evolve. Losing can be a sign that a fighter is stagnant, and has met someone who's further ahead. At that point, the fighter has to try even harder to come up to speed. But I think I've been doing the right things; I'm always working harder and always hungry. "The only pressure that comes with being undefeated is proving that you're the best."
On Getting Into The UFC:"Getting into the UFC was my dream," he said. "I learned a lot from this injury. It was a low point for me because it happened when I was making a name for myself internationally. Getting hurt and halting everything wasn't good. But at the same time, a lot of good came out of it. I'm really excited that I get to fight in the UFC now. So something very good came from something bad. I have no complaints."
On Fighting Krzysztof Jotko: "I can tell he's a lefty, he's taller, fights well on the feet and has good jiu-jitsu," Santos said. "Regardless, I train everywhere – so I'm ready for any situation. I'm not too worried about him because I'm ready for battle and highly motivated."