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Gegard Mousasi Thinks Staying Busy Is Good for His Career
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 05.31.2014

MMAjunkie Radio recently interviewed UFC fighter Gegard Mousasi, who faces Mark Munoz in the main event of today's UFC Fight Night 41 event. Below are some highlights:

Mousasi on staying busy: "I think it's good for me. Staying busy keeps me sharp, of course. It also keeps me out of trouble, like partying. I was more successful when I was getting a lot of fights."

Mousasi on his quick turnaround: "I didn't have a lot of time off, but I feel good. Mark Munoz in Germany is a great fight to have. With the UFC, sometimes you sit for a couple months off, so whenever there's a fight, I'm going to take it."

Mousasi on what to expect from his fight with Munoz: "It's a fight that can go very differently than people think. I'm ready in all aspects of the MMA game. I'm not worried about anywhere the fight goes, actually. I feel I can fight on the ground. I can reverse. I can get top position. I can sprawl to get top position. If I can shoot on him, I'll do it. I'm ready wherever the fight goes. This fight I'm going to go with the moment and see how the fight goes and react to that."


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