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“He said some sh*t after my last fight,” Calvin Kattar vows to make Giga Chikadze for his trash talk at UFC Vegas 46

The UFC Featherweight fighter, Calvin Kattar looks to rebound from his loss against Max Holloway, vows to make Giga Chikadze pay for trash talk.

Calvin Kattar and Giga Chikadze

The number 5th ranked UFC Featherweight fighter, Calvin Kattar is all set to headline the first UFC Fight Night of the year 2022 against the rising contender and number 8th ranked UFC Featherweight fighter, Giga Chikadze at the main event of UFC Vegas 46.

Kattar is coming into this fight with a disastrous loss against the former UFC Featherweight champion, Max Holloway at the main event of UFC Fight Island 7 where he absorbed a record-breaking amount of strikes. ‘The Boston Finisher’ is very well aware that he got a huge chip on his shoulder coming into this fight.

After Calvin Kattar’s loss many fans, even fighters tried to make fun of him, which includes Giga Chikadze as well. Talking about the same in his latest interview with Ariel Helwani for MMA Hour, Kattar says, “As of late, maybe, but he said some sh*t after my last fight,”

“Supposedly Giga had said something — I honestly didn’t hear what he said — but it was distasteful. He had something to say after my last fight and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to make him pay in the next one.” {H/t MMA Fighting}

“I’ll let Giga try to figure all that sh*t out,” Calvin Kattar claims he won’t make the same mistakes again what he made in Holloway fight

Calvin Kattar and Max Holloway

Giga Chikadze is coming into this fight riding a nine-fight win streak, with his latest win coming against the former UFC lightweight fighter, Edson Barboza. Calvin Kattar earned two consecutive victories before his loss against Holloway and Kattar claimed that he learned a lot from that fight and he isn’t going to repeat the same mistakes.

Kattar continued, “He did a lot of things well, but I’ll let Giga try to figure all that sh*t out, as far as the last fight, I know people are gonna want to talk about it, but even if I won that last fight, I’d probably wouldn’t want to talk about it… I’d probably want to talk about it less.”

“I’m not so much focused on the last guy as I am the next guy, and even aside from that, I’m more focused on myself than the next guy. I don’t really care that much about these guys, I just try to focus on myself because you can get lost in the opponent — especially if something switches up on fight week and some sh*t happens. I really try to focus on what I can control, the present moment.” {H/t MMA Fighting}

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