Forget the Fame, for Ryan Mulvihill, It’s All About the Fight
Mick Hammond, March 13, 2015, MMA Weekly
Streaks tend to come and go for featherweight veteran Ryan Mulvihill. More often than not, he’ll win a few fights in a row before suffering a setback, and then go on another winning streak.
Most recently, after suffering back-to-back losses in the middle of last year, Mulvihill rebounded and has won two consecutive fights, including his recent Destiny MMA title defense over Ryan Dela Cruz in January to kick off 2015.
“I have the Destiny MMA featherweight title, and that was my third title defense, so I really wanted to keep that title because every time I win I get to go back to Hawaii,”Mulvihill told MMAWeekly.com. “I knew (Dela Cruz) as more of a kickboxer than a grappler, so I figured I’d just take him down and look for a submission and it worked out.”
Because of his tendency to come back after a loss, Mulvihill feels good for his next bout coming Saturday night.
At Prime Fighting V in Ridgefield, Wash., Mulvihill (13-5) will take on top prospect Austin Springer (7-0) in a featherweight feature bout.
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