WEC 48: Urijah Faber Still Looking To Prove He Is Invincible

Former WEC featherweight champion Urijah Faber,

“Had I not lost those two fights to Mike Brown, I’d be the guy that’s invincible, and so on and so forth. So it’s just a couple small mistakes that made that difference. In my head I’m still invincible, he’s going to have to get in there and prove me wrong.”

“I’m going to need to be unconscious for this fight to end. I think everyone at home knows that. You could cut off a leg or do whatever you’re going to do, and I’m going to keep hobbling after the guy, and try to take him out. And I’ve got a lot of ways to win.” [Source]

Faber is going to have to prove the critics wrong. Brown seemed like the invincible man against Faber until Jose Aldo showed up and made Brown look like an amateur. Faber is a warrior with stamina and a chin like no other, but will that be enough to reclaim his title against one of the most dynamic strikers to come along since Anderson Silva.

Urijah Faber will take on the champion Jose Aldo at WEC 48 “Aldo vs Faber” on April 24th from his hometown of Sacramento, CA.

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  1. CobraClutch says:

    Faber is delusional. Aldo will KNOCK him back into reality with a KO right in front of Faber's home town.

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