Brazilian light heavyweight contender Glover Teixeira will fight James Te Huna tomorrow night on the main card of UFC 160 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was originally scheduled to face Ryan Bader, but Bader pulled out due to injury and Te Huna replaced him. Teixeira is 3-0 in the UFC and has won his last 18 fights dating back to 2006.
In an interview with Ariel Helwani, Teixeira discusses his new matchup, his recent performance against Quinton Jackson at UFC on Fox 6, his standing in the LHW division, and also his recent involvement in a gun control video. Teixeira explains that his niece was in Newtown, CT at the time of the December school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.