Mike Trizano is back in the Octagon at UFC Fight Night Denver, taking on Luis Pena in a lightweight division affair.
Winning the UFC Ultimate Fighter can be a life changing experience for some fighters, but that doesn’t appear to be the case for the TUF 27 champion.
“Life’s normal, there’s nothing new to me. I’m just fighting at a higher level now, I’m just training hard like I always do and living life,” says Trizano in an exclusive interview with Fightful’s James Lynch.
UFC Fight Night Denver is going to be serving as the first card that Trizano has competed on since winning the UFC Ultimate Fighter 27.
Trizano isn’t expecting a cake walk in his first bout since the TUF experience, especially because the fighter is expecting a blood bath on November 10.
“Its going to be a war, I’m ready for wanna. I want a lot of blood, I’m excited man. I just want to get in there and fight, I’m gonna try to go in there and look for the finish…for sure. Again, I am ready for anything,” says Trizano.
UFC Fight Night Denver takes place on Saturday, November 10 from the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado with Frankie Edgar and Chan Sung Jung headlining. Fightful is providing live coverage of the event, which airs live on Fox Sports 1.