I am one of the lucky ones who gets to fight on a weekly basis at the UFC Fight Camp.
I am not only a regular participant in the camp, but also a regular competitor.
The main event at UFC Fight Night 105 took place on Jan. 5 in Anaheim, Calif.
I was in the cage to face “The Hammer,” and in that fight, I won by unanimous decision.
It was a fight I had been preparing for a long time, and I had already been training for it since I was a child.
I fought in the same weight class as Conor McGregor, and even though the fight was over in about five minutes, it still left me in awe of my opponent.
My opponent is a former UFC fighter who was not a huge fan of the sport.
But the fighter, and the fans, were there for me.
I won my first UFC title by KO in his home state of Ohio, and that was before he got his shot at the title at UFC 173 in March.
And I was able to do it all by myself.
For those who don’t know, the UFC fights are called “camp fights” because it is all about being able to train for a fight against the best fighter possible.
I learned from some of the best fighters in the world, and my preparation helped me build my confidence and my ability to compete in the UFC.
But that is not all I have been doing.
I also have been competing in MMA, and it is something I am always looking forward to.
I train in the gym, I train with the best coaches in the country, and when I step into the cage I am ready to go.
I get to train with some of my favorite fighters in MMA.
And of course, I get a chance to fight for the UFC again, and hopefully the fans of UFC Fight Club will get to see a guy they know.
When I first got the opportunity to fight “The Killer,” he was just a rookie and he was still young and inexperienced.
I knew that I had to beat him to win.
So, it was an amazing feeling, to know that I am fighting a young guy who was just learning the sport and coming up in the sport, but he was so excited to fight me.
It is a special moment when you see a new opponent, especially one from the other promotion.
I always wanted to fight a veteran.
And to do so against someone who had never fought a professional fighter was something that made me want to give it a try.
When it came to training with the most elite fighters in UFC history, it became an honor to get to fight against some of them.
But I wanted to make sure I could give my best to the sport as well.
For example, when I first started training with Johny Hendricks, he was the first fighter I had ever trained with.
I had always been in his camp, and after I got to know him, I had a hard time believing that he could fight with me, because I was not sure how he could compete against a veteran like him.
But he was one of those fighters who I knew was ready to fight.
We went back and forth for a couple of fights and he ended up winning the belt, and then he went on to become a champion.
That is when I started training for him.
I know he is not the best heavyweight in the division, but his strength, size, and speed are something I have never seen.
He is a guy who can fight anyone in the game and who is willing to put in the work to get there.
And after we had our first fight, he beat me in the first round of a very close fight.
He has always been the guy that I have had the most respect for and that has helped me become one of MMA’s most feared fighters.
And, I think that is why he has always stood out as one of my favorites to fight in the octagon.
He trains a lot, he trains hard, and he has a very competitive mentality.
For me, the most important part of training for the Octagon is being able the athlete I am to be the toughest and the hardest to beat.
And that is what he is.
The only difference between me and him is that he has won every title he has fought in, and every fight he has had.
I have always trained with the hardest fighters in this division, and Johny is the toughest, most consistent and toughest fighter that I’ve ever seen.
So the training that I do every day helps me to keep on fighting and keep on improving, and for that, I thank him.
He’s a great coach, and we have a great relationship.
He taught me the things I need to know to be a great fighter, but I always feel that it is more important to keep improving as a person and as a fighter than what I have learned from him.
When you look at the past few years, it’s hard to forget the great fighters that