Colbey Northcutt Ready To Bring Home The LAS Title At Legacy AS 14

This Saturday night, Legacy Amateur Series returns to Bayou City Center, formally known as the Verizon Wireless Center. The card is set with 3 title fights, including the women’s 135 title. The match up is between Houston’s own Colbey Northcutt and Dallas’ Brandi Cobos of Dominion Gym. I spoke with Colbey about her upcoming title fight, she’s ready get a knockout to earn her title.

MikeTheTruth.com: How long have you been training in MMA?

Colbey: 2 years

MTT.com: What weaknesses in your opponents game do you think you will be able to exploit on Saturday?

CN: I think my stand-up should be much better than hers.

MTT.com: What do you do outside of MMA?

CN: Not much except spend time with family, I don’t have time to do much outside of training.

MTT.com: You and your brother are on the same card. How stressed are your parents?

CN: They’re actually not, because we both have been traveling and competing all around the world for the last 10 years.

MTT.com: What can we expect from you in 2014?

CN: A few more amateur MMA fights until Sage graduates high school. Then perhaps some Pro Muay Thai and Pro kickboxing fights as well, if my team can find me some.

MTT.com: What is a typical day of training like for you?

CN: Grappling in the mornings, and cage work/MMA and boxing at night; in between in the afternoons I go to the gym with my dad to do cardio and weights.

MTT.com: How would you prefer the fight to end Saturday?

CN: A knockout would be something interesting.

MTT.com: Who all would you like to thank for helping you prepare for this fight?

CN: Revolution dojo and Jeff Messina, and my training partner Domingo Pilarte. Also, Sam Hoger and Hoger’s MMA, Bob Perez from 4oz Fight club, and of course my brother Sage.

You can follow Colbey on Twitter @ColbeyNorthcutt

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