Thiago Alves Predicts Jon Fitch Knockout at UFC 111

Thiago Alves has only lost twice since 2006. That's two losses in nine fights. And those are the only two losses that are currently on "The Pitbull's" mind these days. First things first, avenge his Ultimate Fight Night 5 loss to Jon Fitch at UFC 111 on March 27. Then, the American Top Team says he is ready for another shot at welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, who defeated him via unanimous decision at UFC 100.

MMA Fighting recently caught up with Alves to talk about his recent injury, which forced him to pull out of a UFC 107 fight against Fitch, the lessons he learned in the loss to GSP and a potential fight against Paul Daley in the future. Check out the video interview below.

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