Jordan Mein seems like the kind of kid who just loves to fight. Look at him in the banner picture above. It looks like he’s smiling after exchanging blows to the face with his opponent. At the tender age of 22 and with thirty pro bouts under his belt, I have to admit that it’s a thing of beauty to see Jordan Mein come into his own like he has over the last year or so. With wins over Marius Zaromskis, Cyborg Santos and Joe Riggs in the last twelve months, I think it’s blatantly obvious that the winner of Mein/Woodley should fight MiddleEasy’s own Jason High for the Strikeforce welterweight title in the very near future. Maybe March 3rd in Ohio. Jason High was the last man to beat Mein after all…
Check out Mein’s observations on the state of the suddenly revived Strikeforce welterweight division and his opponent for this weekend, Tyron Woodley, in this interview conducted by LayzieTheSavage.
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