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Earl Small: “What he’s best at, is the worst thing he could do”

Interview with Earl Small above

This Friday, December 18, Cage Fury Fighting Championship closes the year with an absolutely stacked CFFC 104 fight card that will see the featherweight division crown a new champion as Eddy “The Taino Warrior” Torres takes on Blake Blider for the vacant strap.

Undefeated, Phumi “Turbo” Nkuta returns to action to defend his flyweight strap for the second time when he faces off against Jason Eastman.

Another featured bout of the evening will see two middleweights clash with someone’s undefeated record, set to be relinquished. 302 BJJ black belt and 4-0, Earl “Trouble” Small faces off against John Marquez and Daniel Gracie Fight Team’s, Miles Lee who holds a record of 2-0.

“Trouble” has a 100% finishing rate thus far in his professional career, all of which come by way of submission and before the third round. Although he is known for his slick Jiu-Jitsu game, “Trouble” spent a chunk of his training camp splitting his time between 302BJJ, Balance Studios, as well as adding Martinez BJJ to get rounds with heavier bodies. Such bodies as UFC’s Chris (Heavyweight) and Kyle (Middleweight) Daukus.

“I got a lot of tricks up my sleeve. I’ve been training my ass off,” Trouble emphasizes about his layoff since April. “He’s going to be very surprised,” Trouble’s convinced. “I have a lot of finishes, I’m a finisher,” he emphasized while predicting “a “first or second (round) finish.” I want to try to get him out of there,” he reiterates. “Put the pressure on him. Have him make a mistake and capitalize on it,” Trouble says.

Tune in above as Earl “Trouble” Small talks about his upcoming bout with Miles Lee. He discusses his training for this bout, giving people a glimpse inside his life with the embedded series. He opens up about his plans for 2022 concerning his career and his students. Small gives his take on the bout and so much more!

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