UFC 177’s Scott Jorgensen: ‘Henry Cejudo’s discipline has slacked since he won Olympic gold’

MMAOddsBreaker’s Frank Trigg speaks with UFC 177 flyweight Scott Jorgensen as he prepares for his upcoming preliminary card bout against Henry Cejudo this Saturday (August 3o, 2014) at the Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, California.

The former bantamweight title challenger has been on a rough patch as of late, but he thinks he can turn it all around against a very hyped prospect in the former Olympic gold medal-winning wrestler, who he feels hasn’t been taking things as seriously as he should:

“I’m gonna get that purse if he doesn’t make weight, or I’m gonna make him cut it ’til he’s dead. To me, he’s either not taking MMA seriously or his discipline has seriously slacked since he won his Olympic gold medal. Either way, both are good for me. But honestly, this is the UFC. This is the big show. I fully expect Henry to come in fully prepared, ready to go, ready to rock. It’s business as usual for me. I’m fighting a killer. I’m going to go in there and kill him.” 

Written by Frank Trigg

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