Filed under: Featured , Featured Videos , News , UFC SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Taking tough, last-minute fights against big-named opponents is generally seen, wins and losses aside, mostly as a way for fighters to get a foot inside the UFC’s highly coveted doors. But for Landon Vannata (8-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC), it’s more about tearing the door down. After stepping in against Tony Ferguson (20-3 MMA, 10-1 UFC) on two weeks’ notice, the UFC newcomer is not at all intimidated with the task of beating one of the world’s most dangerous 155-pounders. In fact, Vannata insists he’s simply not that impressed by “El Cucuy.” “(His game) is predictable,” Vannata told reporters at today’s UFC Fight Night 91 open workouts. “Everybody thinks he’s crazy and wild, but he does the same thing every single time.
Confident ahead of octagon debut, UFC Fight Night 91′s Vannata says Tony Ferguson is ‘easy to read’ – MMA Junkie