Brad Pickett looks at his decade long career and thinks that could be the factor in his bout with Mike Easton.
“I think I got more tools to win the fight than he has,” said Pickett to Sherdog. “I know I can knock someone out, submit someone and go to a decision. I’m a bit too experienced and want to see how he does in deep water.”
Last year, the Brit went 2-2 with losses to Renan Barão and Eddie Wineland. He hopes a win over Easton puts him close to a bantamweight title shot.
Easton was undefeated in the UFC with three wins before Raphael Assunçao took a decision in December.
They scrap at UFC on FUEL TV 9 out of Sweden. It’s this Saturday, April 6, from the Ericsson Globe Arena.