Arjan Singh Bhullar Talks About Tonight’s Juan Adams Fight


Tonight is UFC Fight Night 151 in Ottawa and see’s Punjabi MMA fighter Arjan Singh Bhullar return to the Octagon. Last time out Arjan Singh Bhullar was the impressive victor over Marcelo Golm and tonight Bhullar looks to add win number 3 to his four fight record.

Juan Adams is the opponent for tonight’s fight at UFC Fight Night 151 and he brings a 5-0 record to the octagon tonight, and both fighters will be looking at this bout to propel them to bigger things in 2019.

Talking at the presser for the event Bhullar stated:

“I’m in this to compete,” said Bhullar.

“I’m not in it to train year-round; that’s the s***** part. I like the bright lights, so let’s get going.

“As a long as life is handled and I’m healthy, I do want to get busier. I’m used to competing much more than twice a year and that’s not what I signed up for. That’s a conversation to have with (UFC matchmaker) Mick Maynard.”

At a press event Anirban Banerjee was lucky enough to see some questions put to Arjan Singh Bhullar before his UFC fight and pose a few questions before him for Sports Keeda.

Catch UFC Fight Night 151 in Ottawa live on BT Sport 1 11pm in the UK, the second fight of the preliminary card.

Q. How big is this fight for you?

ASB: Every fight is important. Every time you step in there, it’s a reflection of who you are. I’ve got a lot of pride in the way I live my life. I’m excited to show that May 4.

Q. What are your thoughts on UFC coming to India?

ASB: We’ve got to get on that. There are other people in that space pushing for that. It’s an untapped market. India is ripe and ready to go. They know combat sports and they know me. It’s a natural fit. I can’t wait to get out there.

Q. Do you have any opponents in mind for the next year?

ASB: First, I have to take care of the task at hand. I take care of him, then I might grab the mic and call out the next guy. So I’m going to focus on that. I want to put myself into a position to be top 10 this year. I want to march up towards that title.

Q. You have been called an inspiration by many younger Indian MMA talents. What would you like to tell them?

ASB: Keep training and stick with the wrestling roots we have across the country. That’s the best base, then go find yourself somewhere to strike. We have Olympic medallists in wrestling and boxing, so everything is there. You just need to mix it together and shoot for the stars.


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