Tai Tuivasa doesn’t ‘give a shit’ where UFC 225 win puts him
Tai Tuivasa never really needed more than one round to beat his opponents and many wonder what would happen if his UFC 225 bout with Andrei Arlovski went longer than that.
“I’m a professional athlete,” Tuivasa told the media. “People ask a f-cking stupid question: ”What if it goes to the second round or the third?’ But I don’t train for two minutes. I train for five- fives. And I did well. I think I did well.”
Moreover, this weekend he decided to walk out on Celine Dion’s ‘My Heart Will Go On’.
“It’s a f-cking hit,” Tuivasa said. “I like to walk out to good songs. I’ve always done that, since I started my fighting. I listen to slow music, in general. And f-ck, ‘My Heart Will Go On,’ it’s a hit. You see the crowd? Everyone’s watched Jack.”
Tuivasa is also not concerned with his next opponent.
“I don’t give a sh-t,” Tuivasa said. “It obviously puts me wherever – where does it put me? I don’t know. But I’m think I’m in the top-10 now. That’s good sh-t. That’s f-cking mad. You never think someone where I’m from would get to the top 10 of the UFC, but I’m just very happy and grateful to be here. But, like I said, I like to put on a good show, and I’d like to continue doing that.”
“I want rock up and punch on; it doesn’t matter,” Tuivasa said.
“It gives me more of a fight to look at. I don’t watch other people’s performances, I don’t want other people fight. I like to watch my own fights. And now I get to watch three rounds of it, and I can guarantee my next fight will be more exciting and more to show.”