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Bobby Green’s Blunt Take on Potential Opponents, Eyes Holloway Matchup

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Bobby Green, the UFC’s rising star, recently shared his thoughts on potential matchups following his upcoming fight with Dan Hooker. Known as “King,” Green is on the brink of extending his winning streak to three consecutive victories, with his most recent triumph being a rapid 33-second knockout of Grant Dawson. His next challenge is a historic one: the first five-round non-title co-main event in UFC Fight Night history against New Zealand’s Hooker.

This lightweight duel comes just before the main event, where Beneil Dariush and Arman Tsarukyan, two of Green and Hooker’s peers, will square off. While Tsarukyan seeks a high-profile opponent in Dariush, Green is less than impressed with Tsarukyan’s style, bluntly criticizing him as a “terrible f***ing fighter” and “boring.”

Green, who began his current streak with a victory over Tony Ferguson, is known for his striking prowess. He’s particularly intrigued by the prospect of facing former featherweight champion Max Holloway, renowned for his boxing skills. Green is confident in his boxing abilities and seems eager for a challenge against Holloway, should he successfully navigate past Hooker.

However, before setting his sights on future matches, Green is focused on his upcoming fight with Hooker. He anticipates a fierce battle, aiming for another “fight of the night” performance.

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What do you think? Should Bobby Green set his sights on the winner of Dariush vs. Tsarukyan, a rematch with Dustin Poirier, or a bold move against Max Holloway? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Bobby Green UFC

Who is Bobby Green potentially interested in fighting next?

Bobby Green has expressed interest in a matchup with Max Holloway, especially after his upcoming fight with Dan Hooker at UFC Austin.

What did Bobby Green say about Arman Tsarukyan?

Bobby Green criticized Arman Tsarukyan as a “terrible f***ing fighter” and “boring,” indicating a lack of interest in a potential fight with him.

What is unique about Bobby Green’s upcoming fight with Dan Hooker?

Bobby Green’s fight against Dan Hooker will be the first five-round non-title co-main event in UFC Fight Night history.

How did Bobby Green describe his boxing skills compared to Max Holloway’s?

Bobby Green confidently stated that his boxing is “pretty f***ing cold” and is eager to find out who the better boxer is between himself and Max Holloway.

What recent victory did Bobby Green achieve?

Bobby Green achieved a notable 33-second knockout victory against Grant Dawson in his most recent fight.

More about Bobby Green UFC

  • Bobby Green’s UFC Profile
  • UFC Fight Night: Green vs. Hooker Information
  • Max Holloway’s Fighter Profile
  • UFC Austin Event Details
  • MMA Fighting News and Updates

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MMAJunkie47 November 21, 2023 - 12:17 am

Green vs Holloway would be a sick fight, both got amazing striking skills, defo a match i’d pay to see

FightFanatic November 21, 2023 - 6:29 am

man, green’s really not holding back on Tsarukyan, calling him boring haha, wonder what Tsarukyan’s gonna say about this

UnderdogChamp November 21, 2023 - 7:10 am

bobby green’s on a roll lately, that 33-sec KO was insane, hooker better watch out at UFC Austin

PunchDrunk November 21, 2023 - 8:09 am

lol Green’s interviews are always gold, never a dull moment with this guy, pure entertainment inside and outside the octagon


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