UFC 147 Post-Fight Video: Fabricio Werdum Ready for Whatever Comes Next


Fabricio Werdum won his first fight in Brazil in over nine years at UFC 147: Silva vs. Franklin II on Saturday night, making quick work of Mike Russow. “Vai Cavalo” talks about all of the preparation that went into the victory, and how it felt to fight in front of a hometown crowd.

Check out Fabricio Werdum’s UFC 147 post-fight interview…

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