Royston Wee Comments on Being the First Fighter From Singapore in the UFC
Posted by Larry Csonka on 01.02.2014
He wants to be the best…
- Royston Wee recently spoke about being the first fighter from Singapore in the UFC. Here are the highlights…
On Being the First Fighter From Singapore in the UFC: "I'm really glad that I can be the first Singaporean to fight in the UFC, but at the end of the day, it doesn't really matter if I'm the first or the second or whatever. I want to be the best Singaporean fighter and a real title contender. It doesn't matter if I'm first if, over the next few years, other Singaporean fighters are better than me."
On The Media Schedule: "In the beginning, the media schedule, I wasn't used to it," he said. "But I got pretty comfortable with it pretty fast. The first media session we had, I got a pretty huge amount of attention. We spent a whole day doing it, and after that it was easy. I'm pretty comfortable with it now."
On Saturday's Fight With David Galera: "If I win this fight in a boring fashion, people will say it wasn't a good fight," Wee said. "I'm going in with a lot of knockout punches, and if I grab hold of him, look out for the flying triangle. I've been working hard on that."