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5oz of Pain interview with Sean Sherk

Date Added: February 13, 2008 11:38:02 PM
Author: Brian Robertson

5oz. of Pain conducted an interview with current UFC Lightweight Champion Sean Sherk, here is a recap of that interview:

Eric Shapiro: How do you feel about B.J. being at 155 lbs. now instead of 170 lbs. as a welterweight? Do you think he will lose some power dropping the weight?

Sean Sherk: I always thought that he was a better 155 pounder than he was at 170 I think hes got better cardio, he’s more agile, quicker, and I think he’s a better fighter at 155. I always said that about him.

Eric Shapiro: Assuming you face and defeat B.J. Penn, who’s left for Sean Sherk to face?

Sean Sherk: Well the weight class is stacked and there’s guys coming out of the wood work all the time. Joe Stevenson’s been on a winning streak, Frankie Edgar’s been winning some fights, (Kenny) Florian’s been winning a couple fights in a row…

Eric Shapiro: Would you be content with fighting Kenny Florian again?

Sean Sherk: Why not? I beat him last time. I don’t care. I’ll fight whoever they put in front of me.

Eric Shapiro: So you’re not a real picker-chooser when it comes to your opponents?

Sean Sherk: You know what, when I retire from this sport I want to know that I fought the best of the best I don’t want a question mark at the end of my career saying “Did I fight the best guys out there? Was I the best fighter?” If you want to be the best you’ve got to beat the best so put the best in front me and I’ll fight ‘em.

Read the full interview here


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