Remember the Name Ian Garry

Extremely hyped for Ian Garry UFC debut and getting a sweet late round KO as he was dealing with adversity for the first round.

“Were not here to take part were here to take over.” Ian Garry

Remember the name Ian Garry as he’s one talented well rounded Welterweight, Best Irish MMA prospect since Conor McGregor.

β€œWe just shocked the world,” Garry said after paying homage to Williams for giving him a tough matchup in his UFC debut. β€œThe Irish are back, baby! I’ve a lot to learn. I’m 23 years of age. We’re taking over the division.” Ian Garry

23 years of age such a promising future ahead of him, Reminds me of Rory MacDonald a lot because of body frame and well rounded skills.

Such a raw talent like Rory was fighting Men at 21 years old. Former King of the Cage Lightweight Champion as Ian Garry was the Cage Warriors Welterweight Champion.

Garry first round finish, Barely any punishment highly recommend quick turn around on a Fight Night: Aldo vs Font as he’ll fight someone like Philip Rowe, Gabe Green, Orion Cosce.

Earning those bonuses, Making a bigger name for himself as the next GREAT Irish MMA fighter with a whole country behind him.

“Conor McGregor led the charge last time in the UFC, and I’m just going to do that this time.

β€œI’m gonna take the brunt force and run straight through the wall. I’ll lead- everyone can follow me if they want to. It’s ok, I’ll knock down the walls, and you can come through.”

McGregor endorsing Ian Garry on Twitter, Ireland is a growing market for the UFC.

Most Cage Warriors alumni who signed with UFC besides a few like Conor McGregor didn’t have the best UFC careers but I truly believe Ian Garrry will become a UFC Welterweight Champion or least a Welterweight contender.

Whole team behind him as well as he trains with killers down in Sanford MMA with Gilert Burns, Vicente Luque and Jason Jackson all high level welterweights at the top of their game. Addition to two great coaches in Henri Hooft and Greg Jones Jr one of the best college wrestlers of all time.

“Henri has already put a lot of time into me and things he wants me to improve” is how he describes his relationship with esteemed kickboxing coach Henri Hooft. “He’s helped me fix a couple of things that I didn’t think were wrong and you really can start to see the benefits already,” he tells GIVEMESPORT.

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