In his preparation for the bout, Buzukja has been guided by means of his Serra-Longo teammates Merab Dvalishvili and UFC bantamweight champion Sterling, who have each and every long gone above and previous to ensure that Buzukja is in the most efficient position conceivable to earn a UFC contract.
“Aljo and Merab kind of tailored their summer time to my camp to be there for me,” Dennis said. “They concede to stick in New York with me in June for camp, and then I come out to Vegas for the general two weeks or so that you can finish the entire thing there with them. The ones guys are the most efficient.”
The time that the ones established fighters have put into Buzukja has long gone some distance from no longer famous, and the featherweight prospect is ceaselessly grateful for their devotion.
“It manner the entire thing to me,” Buzukja said. “The most important issue for this fight that I urged the guys is ‘It’s not that i am going to waste your time. I’m going to make this happen and are to be had once more with a victory.’ When no doubt one among us wins, all people win.”
Training out of Long Island staple gyms Longo and Weidman MMA and Serra BJJ, Buzukja is already deeply rooted throughout the Long Island MMA workforce and jumped on the idea that of no doubt fighting on the UFC’s Long Island card when a conceivable choice arose.
“When Billy Q pulled out against Algeo, I referred to as my manager asking to jump in on fast perceive and fight on the Long Island card,” Buzukja said. “We weren’t able to get it accomplished then again, at the end of the day, my mentality is that at the end of July I’m going to be throughout the UFC anyway.”
If Buzukja can secure a UFC contract on Tuesday, he hopes to hop right kind once more throughout the cage to set the table for a occupation of not unusual activity throughout the octagon.
“I want to fight August 20, the an identical evening time that Merab is fighting, to percentage the card with my teammate,” Buzukja said. “I want to stay as full of life as conceivable; I can fight 5 cases in keeping with year throughout the UFC – 145 and 155.”
Buzukja faces a 6-1 Kaleio Romero, so a UFC contract is indubitably no be certain, then again Buzjuka’s self belief has not wavered.
“I’m going to knock him out,” Buzukja said. “He seems tough, perhaps the main round there may well be rather back and forth, but if he makes it out of the main round, then in the second round, I’m going to finish him.”