Belal Muhammad calls out Mickey Gall, willing to move to 155 for fight
Coming off of a very impressive, and very short notice, victory over Randy Brown at UFC 208, Belal Muhammad (@bullyb170) joins the SFLC Podcast. Belal chats with SFLC host Mike Heck about the New England Patriots winning the super bowl, the fight, and what he wants next. He has a name, and he wants this fight, whether its at 170 lbs, or if he has to drop to 155 lbs to do it.
Tune in around 16 minute mark:
When asked about a fight he wants Muhammad responded:
“A fight that I want to have, I want to fight Mickey Gall.”
When asked if the call out is retribution for Gall beating teammate CM Punk, Muhammad said:
“The fact that he beat Punk and then he talks trash afterward. I just hate his attitude. The fact that when he beat Sage Northcutt he talked trash. See, I don’t think he’s good. I think he’s just a talker, and the way he beat them guys, I just don’t think he’s really that good. I think I’d dominate him. I think he’s acting like he’s better than he really is. That’s one of the fights that I really want. I know he said he’s going down(in weight) so if the UFC offers me that fight I’ll go down to fight him. You can tell he’s that type of guy, he thinks he’s a superstar now.”
If Joe Rogan had given Muhammad the microphone after his UFC 208 win:
“I would’ve definitely called Mickey out there.”
Gall just happened to be in attendance in Brooklyn so the call out would have been epic had there been more television time.
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Plus, a lot of you guys have reached out to Mike to give my recap of the week covering UFC 208 in Brooklyn. Steve Dunn interviews Mike to give his first experience covering a UFC PPV.
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