As the UFC prepares for its debut in China, Leonard Garcia (15-9-1) is flattered with the possibility to fight overseas for the first time.
"It's an honor to fight anywhere, but when you go abroad you gain such a different perspective and who doesn't want to be known all over the world," said Garcia. "It's a great opportunity for me and I'll perform anywhere."
Garcia was mum on who his potential opponent might be, but hinted that he maybe from China.
"The opponent hasn't quite been signed yet," said Garcia. "It doesn't matter what side of the world, I will put on a show. I'm starting to train now for it."
Garcia is currently 1-3 under the UFC name, where he has lost his last three fights.
UFC on Fuel TV 6 takes place November 10 in Macau, China.
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