UFC FN 76: Neil Seery Outlines Why “I’m Always Dangerous to The End”
By FCF Staff
Although Neil Seery has won as many fights as he’s lost so far in the UFC, the Irish flyweight has drawn widespread praise for the toughness and heart he’s demonstrated.
The 36 year-old has scored victories over Chris Beal and Phil Harris after joining the promotion in 2014, but has incurred decision defeats against Louis Smolka and Brad Pickett.
Up next, Seery (15-11) wil look to record his third Octagon win at UFC Fight Night 76, when he takes on Jon Delos Reyes. “2 Tap” recently spoke to UFC.com about his career and the upcoming bout, and here is some of what Seery had to say:
“For years, I’ve bounced around nearly every single club in Ireland and I put in the hard work everywhere,” Seery said. “I’ve boxed with the best boxers in Ireland, I’ve rolled with the best people in Ireland, I’ve done everything that I can do to get better at this game, and I think it’s just the heart to keep going. That’s why I’m always dangerous to the end. I just have that heart and that belief that I won’t let anybody get the better of me in a fight. And it’s worked so far, and I’ve just got to keep doing that until the time comes. When I have to walk away I’ll walk away.”
Delos Reyes (8-4), meanwhile, is coming off a submission win over Roldan Sangcha-an in May, after being defeated by Dustin Kimura and Kyoji Horiguchi.
UFC FN 76 will take place at the 3 Arena in Dublin, Ireland.