Mark Munoz not bothered with the Machida fight
Mark Munoz's thoughts on his upcoming bout with former UFC light heavy champion Lyto Machida
UFC No.5 ranked middleweight Mark Munoz says he doesn’t have any problem with facing Lyoto Machida in the main event of UFC Fight Night 30. He was initially scheduled to fight Michael Bisping, but the latter pulled out of the event due to an eye injury.
The two has already traded trashtalks leading up into the fight. Bisping initiated the verbal scuffle by telling that he would put Munoz in a deeper state of depression than what he experienced after the injury that had him sidelined for a year. Munoz retaliated quickly by saying that the Brit has pillow fists.
In his upcoming bout with Machida, Munoz told Duane Finley of Bleacher Report that he was surprised but not upset with the sudden change of opponent. He also told that the scenario has affected both of them since Lyoto is also slated to fight Tim Kennedy in November 6.
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