Ryan Jimmo is set to face off this weekend against James Te Huna at UFC on Fuel TV 7 from Wembley Arena in London, England. The veteran Canadian light heavyweight will make his second appearance in a UFC cage after knocking out Anthony Perosh last July in Calgary.
Jimmo's debut knockout took only one punch and seven seconds and tied the record for the fastest KO in UFC history, but the Blackzilian fighter will get a much tougher test against Te Huna. Much more is at stake for both men coming into this fight with the winner being on the cusp of the top 10 in the division
Forget about another fast knockout, this is a large step up for Jimmo and he is solely focused on getting the win in England.
Here are three keys to victory for Jimmo at UFC on Fuel TV 7.