Looking back over the course of the year 5 middleweight Daniel Madrid may possibly have had hit backtoback declines against a rough patch, but has righted his ship winning his last two in a row.
“It was some a roller coaster,” Madrid told MMAWeekly.com. “it surely made me move straight back to the drawing board, and I experienced a bunch of reductions for Alex Nicholson and Ian Heinisch. I bounced straight back with those wins and what was going good today. ”
What got Madrid straight back got back from that which he had done well on learning and concentrate.
“It dates to re-evolving myself and become a fighter in contrast to that which I really was. It’learning and re-introducing and just s about being a student myself. ”
On Friday at Phoenix, Arizona, Madrid (15-6) will look to get his third straight win if he faces UFC veteran Seth Baczynski (22-15) at a 185-pound co-main event of LFA 59.
“I truly WISh I could say that I had been a whole lot is planned by the type of fighter that match in front of a fight, but I’m not. I move in there and determine how it moves and that’s what we do. ”
Being a veteran with over 10 years and struggles to his credit, Madrid is hoping 2019 is finally the season he makes upward his movement .
“I would like to presume claiming a bull over Seth puts me in the spotlight to get some big organization,” said Madrid. “my time is coming in this particular sport With me growing older. I want to make a push today.
“” I do think I have the features to compete with some of the best on earth. I definitely feel this fight goes to get my name. ”
LFA airs on AXS-TV Fridays at 10 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. PT.