“It’s all up to Royler, I already agreed to the match, but 5 days after Royler agreed to the match he then decided to ask for 50k just to show up. So basically he changed his mind about the match, it sounds like he doesn’t want to do it, he even admitted in a recent interview that he was pressured into taking the match, that he didn’t want to do it but agreed to do it from pressure”.
“Royler is a legend, no style has a big advantage against someone like him who has been training under the grandmaster Helio his whole life" said Bravo of a potential advantage that his exclusively training in no go might provide. "Maybe a little advantage but not big."
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