While he may have been heralded as various other fighters moving into this year’s Pro Fighters League middle-weight season, Louis Taylor has shown himself to be capable of hanging with his more well-known resistance.
After moving through the regular season , Taylor gets his way into the middle-weight finals after picking up two wins at 1 night against Rex Harris and John Howard this past October in first two rounds of their PFL match.
“Going into this 2018 PFL season it was much to consume at one moment,” Taylor told MMAWeekly.com. “I moved about this breaking down every battle one at a time entirely to the finals.
“With the 2 struggles in 1 night (in October) I chose the same approach. I wasn’t even planning to revolve around the 2nd fight until I was finished with the initial one. Fortunately everything worked well and that I arrived on the top. ”
For Taylor, obtaining an chance to fight for a thousand dollars is really a great way to bring in money he feels was sorely lacking through nearly all his livelihood, but to have a name is equally as important.
“To me personally the championship is the most significant thing,” said Taylorsaid “The money is something which I put my time , so that I deserve this attention. I think achieving this particular sport for 11, 12, years professional making crumbs, everybody should have a small to walk away into the sunset with.
“I’M-One of those older fighters in the PFL roster, so I believe it’s my time to really go on the market and prove I’t got it and that I deserve it. ”
On December 31 at Nyc, New York, Taylor (17-4-1) will confront Abusupiyan Magomedov (22-3-1) from the 185-pound finals at PFL 2018: Championships.
“Fighting such a well-rounded fighter such as A-BUS, you really can’t even make an effort to match plan in a sense,”” Taylor explained. “You’t must just let that fight happen. You have to head out there and also out-fight him.
“& I ’m not seeking to really go out there and also become one of the most technical person on the planet. I’m not looking to really go out there and also start to become the top wrestler or best jiu jitsu anything or player. I’m venturing out there to overcome his brains make him quit and put him off. ”
For Taylor winning the 2018 PFL championship is just 1 step towards a bigger goal, as he is looking to repeat the same accomplishment when it comes to this 2019 season.
“I would like to really go inside with the belt. I understand there are going to be brand new fighters arriving in, fighters with big names, and I’d like to crush all of them. I would like to show them that the PFL can be as competitive as some other top organization. ”