This past Saturday at UFC Apex, an unbeaten prospect named Daniel Zellhuber was defeated by Trey Ogden.
“I realized pretty quick that I could strike with him,” Ogden said.
“So I just said to myself I’m gonna strike until he gives me a reason not to, and he didn’t.”
He added, “I’m pretty good at this stuff, so I’ve been training a very, very long time. That was my 21st pro fight, so I’m not that surprised that I could strike with him, but I’m a little surprised that I didn’t take him down, because I generally do that.”
“Anyone at this level, but to take out an undefeated kid that – I think I was the biggest underdog on the card – but maybe I’ll finally get some respect,” Ogden said.
“It might sound cheesy to call him out, so I’m not really calling him out, but Paddy had my name all up in his mouth during his last fight week saying something about how his dead nan could finish Trey Ogden, and my name is not free,” Ogden said.
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