Michael Page spoke to MMAmania.com about his upcoming fight at Bellator 153 against Jeremie Holloway, whether or not he’d fight in Bellator Kickboxing, and his continued progression in grappling.
When you look at the opponents that Michael Page (9-0) has defeated, you won’t have the same expression as the one when bearing witness to the type of arsenal he wields inside the Bellator MMA cage.
Page, 29, remains undefeated as he heads into his tenth career fight on Friday (April 22, 2016) when he takes on Jeremie Holloway (7-1) at Bellator 153 inside Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. He’s laid seven out of those nine fighters to rest in the very first round with an assortment of the wild and unorthodox style he is know for, which stems from his sport karate background.
Critics and fans alike may not be impressed with the level of competition the London native has faced, and many feel Bellator president Scott Coker is lining up another can for Page to crush in Holloway, but he is not the least bit concerned.
When the wins continue to come against more difficult adversaries, Page feels that will silence any doubt and more believers will begin to surface.
“It doesn’t matter to me, because when the media and the fans see me come up against the bigger names and I’m still doing my thing against them people will realize it’s just what I do,” said Page, who will fight at Mohegan Sun Arena for the third straight time. ” I think Bellator is trying to create an ‘MVP’ buzz over there. It’s becoming my town.”
“Venom” said he can’t wait to get inside the Bellator cage on Friday night and is feeling “as good as ever,” heading into Friday’s matchup with Holloway, whom he said has one noticeable attribute he ….View full article
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