MMA veteran Jeremy Horn battles ‘tough’ Tony Lopez this Saturday night at SCS 25
By SteveJuon @angrymarks on Mar 25, 2015
With a professional fight record spanning three decades, the 39-year-old Jeremy Horn is one of the most remarkably durable MMA fighters today, having amassed over 100 total fights (and 90+ wins) in his career to date. On March 28th he goes for his fifth win in a row against Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez.
Jeremy Horn can safely say he’s been everywhere and done everything there is to do in mixed martial arts (MMA).
With over 100 fights in his career thus far (and over 90 wins) he could rightly be called a “crafty veteran” at 39 years old. He’s aging gracefully and winning decisively, taking a victory in each of his last four fights with a first-round submission.
His next opponent will look to put that winning streak to an end.
Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez finished his last two opponents by technical knockout (TKO) and arm-triangle choke, so he won’t be afraid to stand with Horn or follow him to go to the ground, Horn’s bread and butter.
MMAmania.com talked to the longtime fight veteran about his upcoming bout for SCS 25 at the Sugar Creek Casino in Hinton, Oklahoma, along with how he maintains his longevity in a sport where young and hungry lions are always on the prowl.
He’ll go for his fifth straight win defending the SCS light heavyweight title in Hinton, Oklahoma, on Saturday, March 28th at the Sugar Creek Casino. If you can’t attend live the show is also available for $15 on GoFightLive.tv. The complete audio of our interview with Horn is below.
Full Story – http://www.mmamania.com/2015/3/25/8284519/mma-veteran-jeremy-horn-battles-tony-lopez-this-saturday-night-at-scs-25-mma
Order Event – http://www.gfl.tv/event/Fight/MMA/Sugar-Creek-Showdown-25-Apocalypse/2783