"He (Anthony Njokuani) also likes to bang. My game plan is always the same, feeling the fight and seeing where my opponent is more likely to make a mistake. If I have the chance to fight standing, I'll do it, but if I have to take him down, I'll use my skills on the floor and all things I've been training here on The Armory. My game plan is to make my game work."
Brazilian newcomer Edson Barboza believes he's prepared to utilize all aspects of mixed martial arts when he enters the Octagon for UFC 128 on March 19 in Newark, New Jersey to take on Anthony Njokuani. The unique striker from Team Armory was successful in his UFC debut, earning a technical knockout win over Mike Lullo in the third and final round at UFC 123. Can lightning strike twice for Barboza? Or will Njokuani put a dent in the hype train? Let's hear it, Maniacs.