In a recent episode of Bradley Martyn’s Raw Talk Podcast, UFC bantamweight contender Marlon Vera made an appearance.
The conversation took an intriguing turn when Martyn posed a hypothetical question to Vera about who would emerge victorious in a street brawl between the two.
Vera didn’t hold back, asserting with conviction that he will prevail. He stated: “I will k*ll you.”
Vera went on to explain that the only conceivable path to victory for Bradley Martyn would be by forcefully incapacitating him, perhaps by slamming his head against a wall. Vera made it clear that otherwise, he would be an unstoppable force.
Vera backed his words with his impressive physical prowess, highlighting his routine of running an impressive 30 miles every Sunday. He emphasized how his robust health and unmatched endurance would serve as a formidable defense against Martyn’s advances.
Vera stated, “You have to really knock me out, if not, dude, I am gonna take your eyes out of your face.”
Martyn responded with hearty laughter, appreciating the imaginative conclusion to their hypothetical street brawl.
Marlon Vera recently secured a victory over Pedro Munhoz at UFC 292 through a decision, positioning himself for a potential title clash with the newly crowned UFC bantamweight champion, Sean O’Malley. This sets the stage for a high-stakes showdown, considering the well-documented rivalry stemming from Vera’s previous victory over O’Malley in UFC 252 back in 2020.
Bradley Martyn has recently gained attention for his peculiar fascination with hypothetical street brawls involving himself and renowned UFC combatants.
Martyn’s podcast has become the platform for these intriguing hypotheticals. A number of UFC icons have been present on the podcast, including Alex Pereira, Demetrious Johnson, Sean O’Malley, Nate Diaz, and most recently, Marlon Vera.
Adding to this trend, towering NBA athlete James Johnson boldly proclaimed that with a year of dedicated training in takedown defense he could defeat the reigning UFC heavyweight world champion, Jon Jones.
Johnson emphasized the difference in their paths to learn combat sports skills. While Jon Jones developed his striking skills after college, Johnson has been refining his punching and kicking techniques since early childhood.