Quentin Henry

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Quentin Henry discusses Lorenzo Hunt title bout at BKFC 30

Quentin Henry and Lorenzo Hunt test skills for the cruiserweight world title at BKFC 30 on October 1st.

Henry appeared on Bowks Talking Bouts and we touched on a myriad of topics in our talk. Excerpts from that interview are below.

Quentin Henry

What a potential win here over the number two pound for pound ranked BKFC fighter/ BKFC light heavyweight champion does for Henry beyond winning the cruiserweight title

“Man, I think a lot of people are sleeping on me to be honest with you. I think a lot of it has to do with I don’t carry out the antics. I don’t act wild and have the attitude. But it’s always the quiet kid in class is the one you don’t want to mess with. I think that there’s people that think I’m going to win and then there’s people that think I’m going to get destroyed. There doesn’t seem to be any in between.”

“So really for me, I’m looking forward to opening a lot of people’s eyes. I’m not understanding how they’re not seeing it my way. I like the chance to go show them. That’s why this is so much fun. They can say whatever they want or believe whatever they want. But October 1st, we’re gonna find out.”

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Henry’s nickname being ‘The Hero’ and why Hunt is the villain in his estimation

“He’s just a bully in general you know. I’ve been trying to fight him for a while now. He always ends up getting fights with guys who shouldn’t even be in there with him. That’s my personal opinion but you can look up their records if you want to and then we can have that debate. I’ve just never liked that. The people that are just always trying to take the fights they can win. Then just he’s so disrespectful just in the way that he talks and the things that he says. I feel like as a fighter or as a quote unquote celebrity, if you’re in the public eye then you should be a role model.”

“You should be something that people want their kids to grow up into. Lorenzo Hunt is the last thing that I want my kid to grow up into. He’ll be jumping over strippers when he’s walking out one time. Then the next day he’s talking about let’s bring your kids to the show because it’s a family show (laughs). He’s just full of hypocrisies and he’ll say whatever he feels he needs to at the moment. I’m not like that. I’m real-life and I’m about real life. He can go his way and I can go my way but I’m sleeping good at the end of the night.”

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