Gegard Mousasi: “I don’t think Gustaffson reach will be an issue.. I’m confident that I can beat him.”


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Update: it was announced that Gustafsson suffered a cut during training and might not be able to fight Gegard on April 6th. The info is not yet confirmed. Stay tuned to combatbear.

Karyn Bryant interviewed Gegard Mousasi (33–3–2 MMA) via Skype. “The Dreamcatcher” talked about his upcoming fight at UFC on Fuel TV 9 on April 6, 2013 in Stockholm, Sweden against Alexander Gustafsson (15-1 MMA, 8-1 UFC), his thoughts on getting a title shot if he's victorious, UFC debut jitters and more.

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