"Tyson, in my opinion, is a top-tier fighter in the UFC, one of the guys who could definitely have a title shot here real soon. I didn't really think too much into [fighting a training partner] besides I was going to have to find some different places to train at for the camp, because he didn't want to share the same gym for the fight. Overall I thought it was great because Tyson's very talented and he's a high-level fighter. At the same time, I think we'll both going to have a couple of tricks up our sleeve but overall we both know each other's strengths. All I can do is keep winning and hope people take notice. Flying under the radar is definitely not by choice."
Undefeated lightweight Evan Dunham (10-0) looks for his fourth straight win inside the Octagon when he takes on training partner and fellow 155-pound standout Tyson Griffin this Saturday night (June 12) at UFC 115 in Vancouver. The submissions specialist cemented his place among the top lightweight prospects with a bona fide ass kicking of Efrain Escudero at UFC Fight Night 20 earlier this year. He made a statement against "Hencho en Mexico" with a grisly armbar that has now gotten him a major step up in competition. Despite his achievements, Dunham is still "flying under the radar." Will that change with a big win over Griffin?