31 Mar 2012 15:24:00 PM
By Elias Cepeda
Episode four opens with Team Cruz’ Myles Jury and Team Faber’s Al Iaqunita walking into the training center for their fight, set to take place in 42. Cruz chose this matchup, putting Jury, who he had trained with in San Diego, against Faber’s first pick, Al Iaqunita.
Cruz looks to be using a strategy of trying to take out some of Faber’s toughest guys early in the competition.
“There’s a strategy to everything that I’m doing,” he says. “I want to go straight for the jugular on these guys, take out every guy that could give them hope.”
That he says it in his typical little boy voice makes Cruz’ ruthlessness even more eerie.
Faber , for his part, seems to like the match up as well. “Thank you! Yes,” he says of Cruz’ matchup.
We’ve discussed this season’s new format of live fights and related changes, but the season’s new theme music might be the best change of all. Invoking a lil Stevie Wonder and Red Hot Chili Peppers with their rendition of “Higher Ground,” is a step up from typical MMA-related music and also hits the right thematic note for a bunch of fighters trying to reach the next level.Read More DIGG THIS