Undefeated welterweight contender, Ian Machado Garry has vowed to silence the noise surrounding his personal life in the run-up to his UFC 296 main card clash with Brazilian-American contender, Vicente Luque, and make “easy work” of the perennial challenger this weekend.
Garry, the current number ten ranked welterweight contender, improved to 13-0 as a professional in his most recent outing back in August, landing a one-sided unanimous decision win over another staple welterweight, Neil Magny in the pair’s main card outing.
The victory came as Garry’s sixth consecutively under the banner of the Octagon, since his landing in the UFC following welterweight title success with Cage Warriors back in 2021.
Garry, according to most observers, will face his most high-profile opponent to date and his most difficult test in his young career when he fights Luque at UFC 296, this weekend.
Ian Machado Garry promises to defeat Vicente Luque at UFC 296.
However, as far as the brash Portmarnock native is concerned, a new version of him with enter the Octagon at UFC 296 this weekend in Las Vegas – vowing to make “easy work” of Luque.
“I think one thing I want to say to the fans is that you are going to see…