10 Brian Ortega Fight Quotes

” Ultimately, I’m here to fight the best. I’m not here to stay in and get a couple paychecks. I’m here to do my best while I can and while I’m fresh and make a name for myself. “


” I keep training hard, keep working out, keep looking at my fights, and I wonder, ‘If I was to fight me, how would I beat me?’ It’s like having a boat with a bunch of holes. I’m trying to patch up all the holes. If I was to fight myself, I’d take advantage of certain things. I’ve got to know my opponent is thinking the same thing. “


” I got to share the Octagon with Clay Guida. I got to share the Octagon with Cub Swanson. Now I’m going to share the Octagon with Frankie Edgar. These are things that, as a fighter, you always dream of. “


” When I go in to fight week, I go, ‘Maybe I’m going to be that guy on the highlight reel that gets knocked out.’ I’m always thinking, ‘How am I going to react? Am I going to be a sore loser?’ I’m almost checking myself in case something bad happens. “


” I knew what I wanted to do with my life: I wanted to fight. “


” As a pro, in the beginning, I had to sell tickets to get paid. So you gotta be a hustler, and you gotta worry about fighting. “


” My fifth pro fight, I got my first title fight. “


” The Harbor Area is everything – Carson, Wilmington, San Pedro, Long Beach, that whole little bubble that I grew up in. I always throw it up after I finish fighting, I always throw up the Harbor Area. Out of pride. It made me who I am. It brought me my goods, it brought me my bads. It molded me into who I am. “


” Fighting is great, but I can’t do it forever. “


” There’s little windows that open up during the fight, to finish your opponent. Whenever those windows open, I’m jumping right through them without hesitation. “



All 10 Brian Ortega Quotes about Fight in picture


Ultimately, I
I keep training hard, keep working out, keep looking at my fights, and I wonder,


I got to share the Octagon with Clay Guida. I got to share the Octagon with Cub Swanson. Now I
When I go in to fight week, I go,
I knew what I wanted to do with my life: I wanted to fight.
As a pro, in the beginning, I had to sell tickets to get paid. So you gotta be a hustler, and you gotta worry about fighting.
My fifth pro fight, I got my first title fight.
The Harbor Area is everything - Carson, Wilmington, San Pedro, Long Beach, that whole little bubble that I grew up in. I always throw it up after I finish fighting, I always throw up the Harbor Area. Out of pride. It made me who I am. It brought me my goods, it brought me my bads. It molded me into who I am.
Fighting is great, but I can
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