Pickett: Flyweights Have A Duty To Deliver

Flyweight Brad Pickett takes on Chico Camus in Austin, Texas, hoping to keep alive his dreams of winning a title belt before he retires
Brad Pickett has been around a while, he knows the sport inside out. He is coming to his last charge, got married in the last year, and will probably start a family fairly soon.
He has already shown a great ability to instruct, and break down fights, and fighters. But right now, he’d like to break down fighters, literally, four to five more times, and get the title belt around his waist.
In an ideal world, Pickett believes fellow fighters should feel a duty to "stand and deliver" for the fans, but is realistic enough to know that it not always going to be the case.

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