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Dave Hill Says He Doesn't Underestimate Opponents
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 03.28.2014



Dave Hill recently spoke with MMAjunkie about his fight with Miguel Haro at Cage Warriors Fight Night 10 tonight. Check out the highlights:

On being upset by Artem Lobov early in his career: "I didn't think he was rubbish or anything like that, I just thought I had him and went in a little bit too confident. Everyone out there nowadays is so much more competitive in MMA and everyone's growing, getting better and the game is evolving all the time. You've got to make sure you're on the ball because you know everyone is coming to fight, coming to win and everyone wants success. You've got to make sure you're the one they don't take advantage of."

On Haro: "In MMA anyone can do anything. A grappler can knock you out, you can get submitted by a striker, so I'm ready for anything that can happen...He has come in as a late replacement, he looks decent on his feet, got good wrestling and he's an all-around good, tough guy," Hill said. "I'm happy to go anywhere, my game is on the ground and I'll try to take advantage if he can't stop it."





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