Michael Page Claims Ian Garry ‘doesn’t seem to be his usual self’ ahead of UFC 303

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Michael Page, known as “Venom,” is set to face undefeated welterweight Ian Machado Garry at UFC 303 on June 29. The buildup to this clash has been marked by an interesting observation: Garry doesn’t appear to be his usual self.

Garry has made waves in the sport due to his outspoken and confident nature. However, Page noticed a shift in Garry’s behavior since signing the contracts for their fight. In Page’s words, “There’s definitely a lot of respect there – he even sounds a lot more respectful than he has with any other fighters in terms of his promotion and stuff.” This newfound respect has caught Page’s attention, leading him to believe that Garry is acting out of character.

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Michael Page, ever the showman, doesn’t take it too seriously. He acknowledges the respectful tone but emphasizes that it’s all part of the pre-fight banter. “He doesn’t seem to be his usual self,” Page says, “but for me, it’s all fun and games. At the end of the day, the most important thing is the result in the cage.”

Page, fresh off his unanimous decision victory over Kevin Holland in his UFC debut, sees Garry as a talented fighter but not overly dangerous. His game plan? “I go in there and within the first two minutes, I land some great shots and then knock him out.”

Page’s focus is on the fight itself, and if he emerges victorious, he could be on the path to a championship opportunity. Page has already expressed interest in an all-British title fight with Leon Edwards in English.

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