Strikeforce: Antwain Britt Is Healthy and Ready for a Summer Return (video)
HAMPTON, VA.—Last week, Bleacher Report was able to catch up with Strikeforce Middleweight Antwain "The Juggernaut" Britt (MMA: 11-6; Strikeforce: 1-3) to talk about where he's at in his career, how rehab is going since his knee surgery and what he's been up to besides fighting.
Britt last fought against Lumumba Sayers when he made his middleweight debut at Strikeforce Challengers: Britt vs. Sayers on November 18th, 2011, where he suffered his second first-round knockout in his last three fights.
Not to be discouraged, Britt says he is still active on the Strikeforce roster and they have been very helpful in his recovery and working with him to make a return to competition. Rehab is going well, so Britt should be ready to fight again as soon as this summer, but possibly in the fall as well.
Looking to change things up a bit, Britt will be branching out for his next training camp by possibly traveling to San Diego, California, to train with Brandon Vera and the Alliance MMA team or to Las Vegas, Nevada, to train at TapOut Gym.
Britt also discussed his own business endeavors and the launch of the website for his personal training company, Britt Fit Zone. Britt, who previously struggled with weight issues before competing in MMA, sees himself as the perfect trainer for people looking to change their quality of living by getting in shape and losing weight.
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