Fodor (8-2) was a little nervous when the UFC’s parent company acquired Strikeforce. He didn’t know what the future would hold or if he even had a job. Riding a three-fight winning streak since he entered the Strikeforce cage, he needn’t have worried.
On Friday night, Fodor will try to make it four straight when he headlines Strikeforce Challengers 16 against James Terry in Kent, Wash.
That initial nervousness has now turned into excitement as Fodor relishes the fight with Terry, not planning to let the wrestling-based fighter with a big right hand grind out a decision over him.
Fodor spoke with MMAWeekly Radio Weekend Edition’s Travis McPherson about the upcoming fight, his time in the military, his work with autistic children, and more…