Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight power puncher Mike Perry has finished all eleven of his wins by way of devastating knockout, making him one of the most dangerous strikers in the 170-pound weight class.

Santiago Ponzinibbio gives zero fucks.

In fact, “Gente Boa” (25-3) hasn’t even watched tape on “Platinum” because he was gearing up to fight someone higher in the official rankings, like former division No. 1 contender Carlos Condit. With that fight off the table, it’s time to start doing some homework.

Ponzinibbio talks to MMA Fighting:

“I always enter my fights the same way, I always go there to knock people out. I’m an aggressive fighter, that’s my style. I don’t care about him. If he wants to promote the fight, do what you want, whatever. I don’t care. I knock out whoever stands in front of me. If he doesn’t go down, I will hurt him. Honestly, I never watched even one of his fights. I have to watch it now. I wasn’t eyeing this fight, to be honest with you. I was thinking about Condit, dos Anjos, (Donald) Cerrone. They were my options, but it didn’t happen. But this fight is good. I’ll study his fights and see what he brings, and based on that I will prepare my strategy and train for that.”

Worked against this guy.

Ponzinibbio — with 14 knockouts of his own — will battle Perry on the main card of the upcoming UFC on FOX 26 mixed martial arts (MMA) event, taking place on Sat., Dec. 16, 2017, inside Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

UFC on FOX 26 will be topped by the welterweight slugfest pitting former welterweight champion “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler against ex-lightweight kingpin Rafael dos Anjos, with the winner moving on to challenge Tyron Woodley for the 170-pound strap.

To see who else is fighting at UFC on FOX 26 click here.