Who needs college when you can knockout grown men in under 1 minute?
UFC newcomer Sage Northcutt is only 19 years old and is currently a Freshman at Texas A&M but that may quickly change due to the popularity the fighter received after his UFC debut at UFC 192.
“As of now, I’m still a freshman, because I’m 19,” Northcutt told FOX Sports 1’s “UFC Tonight” on Wednesday. “But last semester, I was taking full-time classes and the workload is so much that you really don’t get time to train. So I got to work out a little bit, work out, like, biceps and do some cardio, but not much time to train MMA.
“So in the future, with more fights to come, I might actually take time off from school and take a break and train full-time. That might be a little scary for some people, because I think I’ll be a totally different animal out there training full-time.”
If you haven’t seen what Sage did with little-to-no training in his UFC debut then watch the video below:
Sage has been touted as the next Martial Arts prodigy from a young age, think of him as the LeBron James of MMA, and if his debut is any indication of his skills then he’ll quickly climb the UFC rankings.
Check out Sage’s Full Highlight Video: