UFC 203 is in a weeks time and the main event will see Stipe Miocic defend his UFC heavyweight title against Alistair Overeem in front of his hometown Cleveland crowd.
While that match is at the top card, the fight that has the most people talking is CM Punk making his professional MMA debut.
The former WWE superstar is taking on the young upstart Mickey Gall, and his opponent has made sure to get in another dig at Punk before the fight takes place.
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The UFC have released some footage of Punk's training as part of the documentary they have created on his journey to becoming an MMA fighter. Gall has seen it and decided to make some disparaging comments.
"The training is from over a year ago that we've seen so far. I'm sure by the fourth episode he's going to be looking better and he's going to be improved," Gall started off as saying, according to Fox Sports.
"But when I'm looking at him, he doesn't move like me. He doesn’t move like a guy that was good at sports growing up. He moves clunky. He doesn't move great."
Gall has been training MMA and combat sports for years and has been waiting to get his opportunity in the UFC for a while. Punk, on the other hand, started lightly training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu during his time in the WWE, but came into his first real camp as a rookie.
"He moves like food. He moves like a wounded animal. I just don't see it in him. He's with a great camp so I'm sure he's improved a lot — it's just not going to be enough. There's nothing I can see other than me dominating him."
We'll have to wait and see how the fight turns out, but the smart money is still on Gall to ease to victory.