Whether or not it’s full time, remains to be seen.
Nineteen-year old mixed martial arts (MMA) wunderkind, Sage Northcutt, has already proven he has the chops to take care of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) business, blitzing right through Francisco Trevino in his Octagon debut at UFC 192 a few weeks ago in Houston, Texas.
Watch highlights from the 57-second beatdown here.
Now, the up-and-coming fighter looks to sharpen his skills, as the karate expert is headed to Montreal, Quebec, Canada, to train with famed Tristar gym, home of former Welterweight champion, Georges St-Pierre.
During his recent stop at “The MMA Hour,” Northcutt says the initial visit will be a feeling out process that could potentially turn into full-time membership.
“I leave tomorrow morning actually to go to Canada. I’m going up there to check it out and see how it goes to see if it’s fit for me. But, my jiu-jitsu coaches right now are Chris Mango and Ted with Gracie Baja, they are awesome. I also have school, too, so I can’t actually go up there and live there, but, I get to go up there for a week or so and check it out and see how it goes. They ….View original article