Sean Sherk seems to be feeling very confident coming into his UFC 119 fight against Evan Dunham. He feels that being in the MMA game for such a long time will give him the edge against Dunham. He also talks about his improvement in every aspect of the fight game, something he has been working on very hard despite his recent injuries. The former UFC light weight champion plans on making another title run as he makes his long-awaited octagon return since losing to Frankie Edgar at UFC 98.
From Sean Sherk:
“What I do works and I’m not going to change it now. I don’t think (Evan Dunham) is going to do anything in the cage that I haven’t seen or had done to me before. I’ve literally fought the best of the best in this industry for a very long time. I’ve fought for world titles in two different weight classes. I don’t see him beating me at any aspect of the game. My striking is faster, it’s crisper. My wrestling is better, my jiu-jitsu is better. There’s a lot of hungry kids out there, I’m hungry too. I want it. I’ve been there already. I’ve’ had that belt. I loved it. I loved being world champion. I want that again.”