"His flexibility, balance, all that stuff, he's going to be a tough nut to crack. I'm going to have my hands full for sure. I definitely watch video. I don't get too caught up in it though because I feel like that's almost psyching yourself out. I'd rather have my team, my coaches look at it, tell me what they think and I will sit down and watch it with them, but I'm not a big video guy. I don't sit with the remote and hit rewind every 10 seconds through the video. It's going to be in the desert, it's going to be hot, so we'll probably be sweating a lot. I predict a lot of sweat. How about that?"
UFC lightweight number one contender Frankie Edgar talks to Sherdog.com about his impossible mission at UFC 112 when the promotion makes its debut outdoors in Abu Dhabi. The New Jersey native hopes to have "The Answer" to Penn's riddle, specifically how to keep the fight even remotely competitive. "The Prodigy" has had five fights at 155-pounds since returning to the division in 2007 and has finished all five of those victims in dominating fashion. Will Edgar pull of a major upset? Or will Penn finish cleaning out the division on April 10?