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INTERVIEW WITH UNDEFEATED SWEDISH TALENT MAX NUNES AHEAD OF BAMMA 11

With little over two weeks to go to his appearance at BAMMA 11, unbeaten light heavyweight Max

Nunes is faced with a change of opponent but, he says, the change hasn’t really

caused him too many problems.

"I don’t really pay much attention to my opponent’s previous fights," explains the fighter, "I’m really

confident in my skills and I’m in really good shape and health for this fight."

Some would say Nunes is right to be confident going into his December bout with an unbeaten record.

The fighter however, is more cautious. "I’m very happy that I’m unbeaten," admits Nunes, "but that can

change in any fight so I’m not too caught up in the unbeaten thing."

When asked how he would cope with a defeat, the light heavyweight is honest in his answer

admitting, "it wouldn't bother me that much. You learn more from a loss than a win. I would just take

with me what I did wrong and try to improve."

And with four of Nunes’ eight fights coming on the bigger UK shows (BAMMA, UCMMA), the fighters’

career is clearly heading in the right direction. Not bad for someone who only turned professional in

2010. "I wanted to try something new so I had a go at MMA and, after a while, I realised I wasn’t too bad

at it."

Recalling his first time in the cage, Nunes jokes "I don’t really remember that much except that it was

really cool to walk out to your own song."

With an unbeaten record, talk turns to Nunes’ career so far as we look back at the highlights of his short

professional career. "One of the most memorable moments for me has been my fight against Tony

Moran because he is a really dangerous fighter who I have a lot of respect for so beating him was a

really good moment for me."

On the subject of his last fight, Nunes adds "I remember being really happy that the fight ended and I

won then I could go home and rest."


And with his fight at BAMMA just over ten days away, Nunes will be looking to end his year on a

high. "2012 has been a good year for me. I had five wins and fights on UCMMA and BAMMA so, yeah,

it’s been a good year for me and something that I hope to carry on into 2013."

Heading into BAMMA 11 on a high, Nunes makes a promise to fans "I always go for the finish and that is

what I plan to do on December 1st. I really hope we can put on a good show for the fans."

With little over two weeks to go to his appearance at BAMMA 11, unbeaten light heavyweight Max

Nunes is faced with a change of opponent but, as he tells Graham Finney, the change hasn’t really

caused him too many problems.

"I don’t really pay much attention to my opponent’s previous fights," explains the fighter, "I’m really

confident in my skills and I’m in really good shape and health for this fight."

Some would say Nunes is right to be confident going into his December bout with an unbeaten record.

The fighter however, is more cautious. "I’m very happy that I’m unbeaten," admits Nunes, "but that can

change in any fight so I’m not too caught up in the unbeaten thing."

When asked how he would cope with a defeat, the light heavyweight is honest in his answer

admitting, "it wouldn't bother me that much. You learn more from a loss than a win. I would just take

with me what I did wrong and try to improve."

And with four of Nunes’ eight fights coming on the bigger UK shows (BAMMA, UCMMA), the fighters’

career is clearly heading in the right direction. Not bad for someone who only turned professional in

2010. "I wanted to try something new so I had a go at MMA and, after a while, I realised I wasn’t too bad

at it."

Recalling his first time in the cage, Nunes jokes "I don’t really remember that much except that it was

really cool to walk out to your own song."

With an unbeaten record, talk turns to Nunes’ career so far as we look back at the highlights of his short

professional career. "One of the most memorable moments for me has been my fight against Tony

Moran because he is a really dangerous fighter who I have a lot of respect for so beating him was a

really good moment for me."

On the subject of his last fight, Nunes adds "I remember being really happy that the fight ended and I

won then I could go home and rest."

And with his fight at BAMMA just over ten days away, Nunes will be looking to end his year on a

high. "2012 has been a good year for me. I had five wins and fights on UCMMA and BAMMA so, yeah,

it’s been a good year for me and something that I hope to carry on into 2013."

Heading into BAMMA 11 on a high, Nunes makes a promise to fans "I always go for the finish and that is

what I plan to do on December 1st. I really hope we can put on a good show for the fans."

BAMMA 11 televises on AXS-TV in the US and on Channel 5 in the UK.

\The FanPosts are solely the subjective opinions of Bloody Elbow readers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Bloody Elbow editors or staff.

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