MMAOddsBreaker’s Frank Trigg speaks with World Serise of Fighting 14 featherweight Chris Horodecki as he prepares for his upcoming main card bout against Luis Huete this Saturday (October 11, 2014) at the Edmonton Expo Centre in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The elite kickboxers understands that MMA isn’t quite as hot a commodity as it was a couple years ago, but he still believes there’s plenty of room for growth in the new sport:
“MMA is still such a young sport, especially being on primetime television like NBC for example. There’s a lot of MMA that’s happening. A lot of great shows, a lot of good fights, and the hardcore fans are gonna tune in no matter what. When you’re on primetime television like NBC and other networks, I think it will continue to grow and great new fans. Look at boxing for example. Boxing is still alive today. It may have slowed down, but it’s not dead. Boxing has been around for hundreds and hundreds of years. So I don’t think it would ever stop. I think we still have 20 years of growth which is great for the athletes and great for the promotions.”