Fighters Look Forward To Putting On a Show

Joplin will be treated to an action-packed weekend on Saturday when it hosts the MMA event Cage of Honor 81. It will be the first MMA event of its magnitude to be held at Joplin since a dreadful health crisis hit the world. If you are a sports punter, consider getting your bet365 bonus code to get ready to wager this Saturday. Many MMA fans that have been itching for some live action will welcome this weekend’s action.

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Elevate the Game will welcome fans to fill the seats as they get entertained with some great fights. The fighters will also be more excited to compete in front of their fans. The athletes will significantly improve their performances as they seek to impress their fans.

One of the fighters, Lydell Poag from Albuquerque, New Mexico, claimed that he did not travel all the way for nothing. He said that his was a business trip. He promised his fans that he was keen on getting out there and putting in an impressive performance. Poag also revealed that he is looking forward to hearing the crowd roar.

The fighters who are supposed to participate in the event have also been working out to maintain their shape. Fighter Frank Byers of Joplin revealed that everyone had been making weights. He also reiterated that the fighters have been staying healthy and passing physicals. Fans should expect to be treated to a spectacular show as all the fighters are raring to go.

Joplin’s Teejay Britton will be participating in the main event for the featherweight title. His participation is expected to add more excitement to the event.

Britton revealed in an interview that he was excited to be fighting at home. He claimed that it’s been long since he performed in front of the home crowd. Therefore, he was looking forward to fighting as his family, friends, and home community cheers him on.

This will be one of Britain's most significant fights of his MMA career. He seems to have taken the opportunity with open arms as he claimed they don’t come too often in one’s career. He claimed that the past few fights were on television, but that denied the fighters the opportunity to see them.

However, Britton claimed that fighting in front of his friends and family would give him lots of energy. He also suggested that since his kids will also be watching, he will be forced to give everything.

He will have to beat Sky Moiseichik, a fighter from Florida, for his dream to come true. Britton acknowledged that his opponent has lots of talent and energy. The fight promises to be a good one as both the fighters have the passion and energy to go on and on until they win.

As he concluded his interview, Britton seemed to take pressure off his shoulders by claiming that whether or not he wins, it's all about the fun. He also said that you will always see him smiling in the cage because that’s part of the fun.

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