"I knew as soon as that bell rang, I could tear (Noah Thomas) apart any way I wanted and that’s the same thing going into this Mizugaki fight. I don’t care if he did take Miguel (Torres) to five rounds and he beat Jeff Curran in a decision. He’s never fought anybody like me. He’s not going to be able to handle me."
Strong words from Scott Jorgensen on Pro MMA Radio this past Monday when discussing his upcoming fight with Takeya Mizugaki at WEC 45: "Cerrone vs. Ratcliff" on Dec. 19. Although Mizugaki was fighting for a title merely eight months ago, Jorgensen believes he will be unable to handle what the Idaho native will throw at him. Will Jorgensen be able to do what even Miguel Torres was unable to and stop former bantamweight top contender Mizugaki? Or will this fight be just another step for Japanese slugger back to top contender status in the WEC 135-pound division?