Cody Stamann

Cody Stamann believes he can win however he wants at UFC Louisville

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Cody Stamann caught up with Mike Owens ahead of his upcoming fight against Taylor Lapilus at UFC Louisville. In our Interview with the UFC Bantamweight, he reflects on past controversies, notably his disputed loss to Douglas Silva De Andrade. Stamann, known for his tenacity and wrestling prowess, credits his training at Xtreme Couture for his growth as a fighter. He emphasized the gym’s formidable environment in shaping his skills. He confidently asserts his status as the best wrestler in the bantamweight division and discusses his collaborative efforts with fellow fighter Kai Kamaka.

Wrestling is a pivotal aspect of Stamann’s fighting style. Stamann believes that his wrestling gets overshadowed by his talents as a striker. Because many were crediting him solely because of his wrestling abilities, he felt he had a point to prove in past fights. If Cody needs to go back to his roots, he’s not afraid to come fight night.

Cody also talks…

  • Update on Appealing His Loss to Douglas
  • Taylor Lapilus’ Strengths & Weaknesses
  • Training w/ Farid & Javid Basharat
  • What A Win Means at UFC Louisville
  • A Walkthrough of The Perfect Fight Day
  • How He’d Fare At Featherweight
  • The Room & Names at Xtreme Couture

Looking beyond his next fight, Stamann boldly calls out Rob Font. Font was disappointed when their original booking fell through. With each bout, he aims to leave a lasting mark in MMA history, driven by an unwavering hunger for success. It’s evident that Cody Stamann embodies the spirit of a true fighter, poised to continue his journey in an unyielding pursuit of greatness inside the octagon.

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