Max Humphry Has More Experience, But Dillon Danis Is “On A Different Level Than Everybody”
BJJ expert Dillon Danis (1-0 MMA) successfully kicked off his MMA career at Bellator 198, where he stopped Kyle Walker via first-round toe hold.
“El Jefe” is set to return at Bellator 222, where he’ll square off against Max Humphry (3-2) this Friday night, in Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York.
Despite Humphry has more MMA bouts and experience under his belt, Danis thinks it doesn’t have to mean an advantage for his opponent. (h/t BJPenn.com)
“He challenges me with experience. I’m only 1-0. I think experience is maybe the only something that he has. But experience is not going to be enough.”
Dillon Danis thinks he is a different level than every MMA fighter and plans to show that in the bout against Max Humphry. After all, Dillon wants to fight for the title one day and sees this match as another stepping stone on his road to the top.
“I’m a different level than everybody. I feel like there’s no one that can even compare to me and my mind in the game. That will show. I’m going to take that experience with me and keep going up until one day I’m going to fight for that belt, and I’m going to be like, ‘I’ve (expletive) seen everything.’”
So, what do you think? Will Dillon Danis force Max Humphry to tap out?