EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW with LC Davis
By Mike Denny for MMA Sports
Photo by Josh Hedges/WEC Productions, LLC.L.C. Davis is undefeated in the WEC and on a three fight winning streak. Working his way to a featherweight title shot, Davis only wants to fight the top of the food chain and breaks it down in his own words, “If I don’t get a title fight… I want a top contender”.
How’s it going L.C.? First of all, I wanted to say congrats on the big
win over Deividas Taurosevicius, could you give us your thoughts on
how the fight went?
Mike: Could you tell us a little bit about how
you got started in MMA?
Mike: You started your career out with 9 straight
wins, when you’re an undefeated fighter like that and picking up a lot
of attention in the MMA world, does it add any pressure to you?
Mike: Your next fight is against Josh Grispi,
what do you think about him as a fighter?
Mike: How do you see this fight going down?
Mike: And how do you think the fight will end?
Mike: With a win over Grispi you would be 4-0
in the WEC and probably getting closer to a title shot, is there anyone
you would like to face after this fight?
Mike: What were your thoughts on the fight between
Urijah Faber and Jose Aldo?
Mike: How do you feel you would do against the
Champ when you get your shot?
Mike: You have been in some really good fights,
against some tough dudes, do you have a most memorable fight so far?
Mike: You fought in Sengoku, what’s the biggest
difference between fighting in the USA and in Japan?
Mike: If they brought a tag team belt to MMA,
and you were put in the tournament. Who would you want as your partner
Mike: You get the chance to play matchmaker.
What is the one fight you would like to set up and watch go down, as
a fan of the sport?
Mike: Varner vs Shalorus who wins?
Mike: Last one, if they made a movie about your
life, who would you want to play the character of L.C. Davis?
Mike: Anything you close with?
Mike: Thanks for your time man, and good luck
in this next fight!
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