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SABAH FADAI: "I DON'T CARE IF HE HAS A DISABILITY...I'M GOING OVER THERE TO BEAT THE SHIT OUT OF HIM"

By Percy Crawford | November 26, 2013
SABAH FADAI:

"I really don't give a shit, man. I really don't. Every one of his other opponents that lost to him, they either underestimated him or had too much self confidence in themselves and that's why they lost. I'm going to go over there; I don't care if he has a disability or if he uses it as an advantage or not, either way, I'm going over there to beat the shit out of him," stated World Series of Fighting lightweight contender Sabah Fadai, who talked about his upcoming December 7 clash with Nick Newell. Check out what else he had to say!

PC: Big fight on December 7th against Nick Newell for World Series of Fighting. How do you feel, man?

SF: Everything is great, man. I feel great.

PC: What has the treatment been like from WSOF so far?

SF: I haven't fought for them just yet, but from the sounds of it, they are very organized and they are treating us pretty well.

PC: Newell is an undefeated guy who has been rolling through guys. What would taking his 0 mean to you?

SF: I mean, for me, it's just like another win, but for him ,it will be devastating for losing.

PC: Newell, of course, is missing part of one of his arms, but it hasn't hindered him at all. Is it tough to not get caught up in the fact that he's missing a limb and underestimate him a little bit?

SF: I really don't give a shit, man. I really don't. Every one of his other opponents that lost to him, they either underestimated him or had too much self confidence in themselves and that's why they lost. I'm going to go over there; I don't care if he has a disability or if he uses it as an advantage or not, either way, I'm going over there to beat the shit out of him.

PC: From what you have seen from him, what do you feel are his strengths and weaknesses?

SF: I feel like his wrestling is his main strength and that's all he's got.

PC: Did you have a full camp to prepare for this fight and are you happy with the way it went?

SF: I had time to prepare fully for this fight. I had just a few bumps in the middle of the road, but we're back on track. We're fine. I have wrestling coaches that used to train at the Montreal Wrestling Club with the Olympic team and with Georges St-Pierre and John Makdessi and those guys, so they are helping me train for this fight.

PC: For the fans who never had a chance to see you fight, what can they expect on December 7th?

SF: Finishes, exciting fights, and a guy who comes out and just tries to hurt someone.

PC: Looking at your record, you seem to be a very balanced fighter when I see your knockout to submission ratio. Is that an accurate assessment?

SF: Yeah, it shows that I am an all-around fighter. You take it to the ground, I got submissions and you stand up, I got knockout power. It doesn't matter where the fight goes really.

PC: If you could predict the perfect ending, how does it go down?

SF: I walk out there, we shake hands, I punch him in the face, he drops, and I win.

PC: I look forward to the fight. Best of luck to you. Is there anything else you want to add?

SF: I'm okay; thank you, man!

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