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Andreas Michailidis wants to see what Alex Pereira’s grappling is all about at UFC 268.

Michailidis (13-4 MMA, 1-1 UFC) has been tasked with welcoming former GLORY kickboxing champion Pereira (3-1 MMA, 0-0 UFC) to the octagon on Saturday’s card. Although he feels good about his striking and how different an MMA fight is from kickboxing, Michailidis admits he’d be foolish not to take it to the ground.

Watch the video above as Michailidis previews his UFC 268 fight with Pereira at media day.


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