When Stefan Struve (25-5) stands opposite inside the Octagon, the heavyweight knows that by being seven feet tall and having an 84.5 inch reach advantage, the odds of victory favor him.
"I have advantages that many fighters dream of having," said Struve to TATAME. "So I must focus on my workouts for when the time comes to destroy everybody."
Struve debuted for the UFC in early 2009 and has gone on be 9-3 under the company's name. After a win in September, Struve's winning streak reached four. Struve is also known for all but one of his fights ending without going to the judges' scorecard.
"I love my job and would not want to do anything but that," said Struve. "I have no idea if that would not be a professional fighter."
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Dana White said if Struve was victories in his previous fight it would push him to the top five of the division. Struve's current positioning and next fight is unknown.
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