Kelvin Gastelum, 24, will have the biggest challenge of his career yet when he takes on a former champion in Johny Hendricks at UFC 200.
Gastelum believes that he has an advantage over Hendricks. The former Ultimate Fighter winner doesn’t think that Hendricks has grown as a fighter.
In addition, Gastelum talks about the weight cutting policies changing at UFC 200 and why he doesn’t think Tyron Woodley is as deserving of a shot at the division’s title as Demian Maia is. Woodley is expected to fight Robbie Lawler for the UFC welterweight championship at UFC 201.