Mickey Gall would possibly perhaps hang basically the most experienced welterweight in UFC history in his corner Saturday at UFC on ESPN 27.
Gall (6-3 MMA, 5-3 UFC) returns to the octagon from a 13-month layoff when he takes on Jordan Williams (9-4 MMA, 0-1 UFC) in a welterweight bout on the ESPN-televised card at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. With three losses in his previous 5, it’s a foremost contest for Gall’s profession, and he knows it.
He acknowledged he fought injured in his most present bout – a unanimous decision loss to Mike Perry in June 2020 – however now he’s wholesome and willing to gather lend a hand on song.
In pronounce to lift out that, Gall acknowledged he’s been working with conventional 170-pound title Matt Brown, who has the document for most fights and finishes in divisional history. Gall acknowledged “The Immortal” shall be in his corner on fight evening, and he hopes that elevated him to victory.
“I changed into going out coaching with Matt Brown (all the procedure by my layoff) and getting him ready for a couple of his fights,” Gall suggested MMA Junkie and other newshounds at Wednesday’s UFC on ESPN 27 media day. “He came to New Jersey. He’s here, he’s in my corner. He came out to New Jersey to motivate us out and collect us ready, and it’s been gigantic.”
Gape the video above for Gall’s entire UFC on ESPN 27 media day interview where he discusses his damage woes, Mike Jackson’s dispose of over CM Punk being overturned, and a long way extra.
Mickey Gall brings Matt Brown into corner for UFC on ESPN 27