Miles Johns Reveals The Challenges he is Expecting Against Silva de Andrade- “Only people That Have Beat Douglas are Top-Tier Guys”

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Miles Johns (14-2 MMA, 5-2 UFC) is gearing up for a high-stakes battle against Douglas Silva de Andrade (29-5 MMA, 7-5 UFC) in a bantamweight clash at UFC on ESPN 58. As the fight approaches, Johns is well aware that he’s up against a formidable opponent.

Silva de Andrade, a skilled Brazilian fighter, possesses a warrior spirit and an impressive resume. His only losses have come at the hands of top-tier opponents, and they’ve all found him to be a challenging adversary. Johns acknowledges Silva de Andrade’s heart and resilience, emphasizing that he expects to face adversity in the octagon.

Miles Johns Opens up on Silva de Andrade

Miles Johns stated “Douglas is a very skilled opponent. He has a lot of heart. He has the warrior spirit. And the only people that have beat Douglas are top-tier guys,” Johns said. “And they’ve all said, ‘Man, that was a challenge.’ He’s going to go out there and he’s going to go out on his shield, no matter what.

“I do believe that if he’s throwing some naked kicks and he’s trying to throw his power, that I could time that – I could put his lights out. He gets hurt in a lot of his fights. But at the same time, I’m expecting to go through some adversity. I’m expecting him not to make this easy for me.”

While Miles Johns is confident in his abilities, he knows he can’t underestimate Silva de Andrade. The Brazilian’s aggressive style and power make him a dangerous foe. Johns aims to capitalize on any openings but remains prepared for a hard-fought battle.

The fight promises fireworks, and fans can expect an intense showdown between these two talented bantamweights. Tune in to UFC on ESPN 58 to witness this clash of warriors.

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