MMAOddsBreaker’s Frank Trigg speaks with Legacy FC 47 welterweight Jordan Rinaldi about his upcoming main event fight this Friday night (October 16, 2015) against Clay Harvison at the Center Stage Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia.
The veteran has clearly done his homework in preparation for Harvison, and he feels his biggest advantage will be his ability to push a high pace for an extended period of time:
“[Clay Harvison] starts out very strong, very aggressive. That’s what he is, he’s an aggressive striker. He starts to loosen up as teh fight goes on. His cardio is pretty good. It’s odd watching him, sometimes he starts ou tsuper strong and finishes strong but other times he starts wearing down by the second or third round. My job and I’ve done it well, is to get in better shape than him. The striking is technically good, aggressive and that’s the main thing about him. He doesn’t let up. He keeps the pressure up constantly.“