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Shaun Maloy predicts second round KO over Butler at U.S.K.A: Muay Thai in the Cage

Shaun Maloy, a physical trainer by day and Muay Thai practitioner by night thrives in a physically active environment.

Coming from a wrestling background, Maloy prefers the camaraderie of a team atmosphere to grind with. However, when it’s time to go out and perform, Maloy prefers going solo. A contributing factor why combat sports tailor-fit to his competition-spirited nature.

In less than a week, Maloy returns to the ring as he takes on Ken Butler as one of the main attractions for the evening for U.S.K.A: Muay Thai in the Cage this Saturday, June 26th in New Castle, DE.

“I think he’s going to be a tough opponent. He seems pretty skilled, but I am ready,” Maloy says. “I feel confident. I feel like this is really my opportunity to showcase my skills, Maloy says exuding with confidence. “I know he’s a southpaw, so it’s going to be a little unorthodox,” he explains. “But I had a lot of sparring with southpaws. My last opponent was a southpaw. I almost feel like at this point it’s going to play to my advantage.”

With fight night merely days away, Maloy’s confidence is skyrocketing as he heads into his U.S.K.A featured matchup against Ken Butler. Feeling things coming culminating after a successful fight camp, he predicts, “2nd round knockout!”

Tune in above to listen to Shaun Maloy catch up with MyMMANews news a few days before he heads into battle at U.S.K.A: Muay Thai in the Cage. He details what goes into his day. His athletic background and how he anticipates stopping Butler in the second round via KO.

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