Light weight Bobby Green has spent the remainder of the year in the sidelines after yanking his 2018 having a unanimous decision victory over Erik Koch in UFC on FOX 27 in January.
Green admits that the accident which took place because he headed into a scheduled bout with Clay Guida in June proved to be difficult to manage, but he managed to return past the negativity and stay convinced regarding his situation.
“Two weeks before the (Guida) struggle, so close, for it to happen shortly before the battle actually hurt.
“I finally realized what Dominic Cruz was going through. I go in what God gives me. I’m trying to press forwards and reveal to everyone you may be the most useful you. ”
Green was able to get through the recovery process and it has begun an training routine in preparations for his return earlier rsquo & year ;so end.
“I put down my head and with my head trainer we kept me moved and retained me pushing,” said Green. “I’t worked harder in this camp than any other camp that I’t put in. ”
“Drakkar is good at everything, however, he’s not great whatsoever,” Green said. “I think it’s going to be an interesting struggle.
“rsquo rsquo; t like plenty of fights he & I don &;s finished before. He’s perhaps not exactly what they’re looking for in terms of Battle of the Night; I don’t think he’s an exciting fighter to me personally but I think once you put anyone with me you may get exciting fights. ”
After missed due to injury, 11 months, once he takes care of business in December 26, Green is looking to have a really 20-19.
“We wish to accomplish at the least three struggles in 20-19,” said Green. “I really do have goals, but now we’re t want to look past anything or this particular opponent such as that. ”