Do or Die for Joe Daddy?

The lightweight star gears up for Gleison Tibau at UFC 86

Joe Stevenson was featured today on MMARated Radio. Here are some excerpts from the interview:

On his next fight:
“The way I look at it, I’m fighting for the title again in my head because to get another title shot, I got to beat Gleison (Tibau) and not just beat him in a close decision. I’ve got to go out there and finish him.”

On his loss to BJ Penn:
“I practiced to go into his power hand, his right, because I thought his left hook was more dangerous, and he never really throws his right. However, on this fight, I guess he was practicing his right hand a lot more according to his boxing coach and stuff.”

On BJ Penn’s greatness:
“To tell you the truth, in my book it goes, Dan, Randy, and then B.J. Those are all people that I, you know, work and want to aspire to be, so, honestly, he beat me on that day, and was in great shape and did a great job. I can’t take anything away from him.”

On Penn liking the blood off his gloves after the fight:
“I didn’t see it. I didn’t see that until after the fight and watching it on the videotape. I was pissed off for a minute it was like ‘oh you jerk!'”

All that as well as why he turned down a fight against Tyson Griffin and which non-UFC lightweight star would he love to fight next.

2 thoughts on “ Do or Die for Joe Daddy?”

  1. Meh. The book’s content might apply to undergrads, but graduate students have always used the self-serve, self-directed model for education: learn what you need to learn in order to do what you need to do. The nice thing about an academic environment is that it holds you accountable for your learning, which Khan Academy and youtube videos do not. To get a PhD, you have to be able to perform. But for undergrads? Yeah, I buy the argument that spending $100k on a bachelor’s degree is pretty useless.

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