Interview With Matt Serra



On April 19 Matt Serra travels into Hostile territory where he looks to make lightning strike twice against MMA’s juggernaut George St. Pierre. UFC 83 at The Bell Centre in the beautiful city of Montreal has sold faster then any event in UFC history. In this MMANews.com Exclusive Matt talks about the biggest fight of his career, the psychology of being a fighter, the TUF experience, and much more. view original article >>
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