Josh Quinlan Reveals His Plans For His UFC on ESPN 58 Bout Against Adam Fugitt- “I Believe That’s Going to be Part of My Victory.”

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Josh Quinlan (6-2 MMA, 1-2 UFC) is gearing up for his welterweight bout against Adam Fugitt (9-4 MMA, 1-2 UFC) at UFC on ESPN 58. During the event’s media day, Quinlan shared insights into his mental approach to the fight.

Josh Quinlan Highlights the Importance of Being Present

Josh Quinlan emphasized that success isn’t just about having a good right hand or mastering specific techniques. Instead, it’s about using those skills at the right moment. He believes this maturity comes from fighting more intelligently, moving beyond mere instinct and reaction.

“It’s not about having a good right hand. It’s not about having certain techniques, but using them at the right time,” Quinlan said. “I believe that comes with maturity. That comes with fighting a little more intelligently rather than just going off instinct, going off reaction.”

“I believe what’s important, in life or in a fight, is to be present in the moment, not be worried about what happened before or what’s going to happen in the future. I’m going in there being present, being more free and more happy, and I believe that’s going to be part of my victory.”

In both Life and the octagon, Josh Quinlan advocates for being present. He encourages fighters not to dwell on past events or worry about the future. By staying in the moment, he aims to be more free and happy, which he believes will contribute to his victory.

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