Posted 4/30/07 3:11:00PM
When heavyweight Justin McCully (8-4-2 MMA, 1-1 UFC) enters the cage for Wednesday night's "UFC Fight Night 16: UFC Fights for the Troops," he will be at a crossroads.
But as the 32-year-old recently told MMAjunkie.com (www.mmajunkie.com), he feels that all paths lead to a successful destination.
"You go from a semi-main event to an undercard with a guy like Gabriel Gonzaga, then back to the Ultimate Fight Night," McCully said. "But I feel very comfortable on the Ultimate Fight Night, and especially fighting for the troops. It's going to be an honor."
Posted 6/28/07 1:10:00AM
He is gonna be honorably discharged from the ufc, after Sanchez knocks him tfo.
Posted 6/25/07 1:09:00AM
I think he'll able to get it to the ground and out work Sanchez for either an early sub or a UD. If he has Stankie in his corner he might come in shape for this one as well. I think i'm gonna put some money on it. Last i checked McCully was about +200
Posted 9/7/07 9:27:00PM
I like McCully...he should put Sanchez away.
Sanchez is the one who will probably go bye bye from the UFC after the fight.
McCully is ten times the fighter Sanchez is.