Welcome to the inaugural voyage of the Quiggin’ Out MMA podcast, hosted by Combat Press writer Matt Quiggins (@QuigginsMMA).

On this episode, Matt sits down with Batteground MMA’s Jeremy “Pretty Boy” Davis, who fights this Saturday in Largo, Fla. In the chat, Davis talks about weight cuts, current UFC stars, MMA professionalism, his future and the driving motivational force that pushes him each day. Davis makes sure to maintain his humble upbringings and sheds light on what he stands for, and it’s this very attitude that makes him stand out. His style, both inside and outside the cage, makes him an exciting prospect to watch.

Davis currently boasts a professional record of five wins with just one loss that came in a catchweight bout in 2016. Four out of his five wins have come via submission. Just one of his victories came by TKO, but it came as a result of a doctor’s stoppage. Davis has been looking for a highlight-reel knockout and is hoping that Saturday night produces just that.

Davis competes in his seventh pro bout when he takes on Carlos Espinoza on Saturday under the Battleground MMA banner. The card also features local standouts such as Phillip Rowe, David Mundell, Christian Reed, Charlie Russo, Danny Durnavich and Martin Vergara.

As always, feel free to comment below or send feedback about the show to @QuigginsMMA or @CombatPress on Twitter.

About The Author

Matt Quiggins
Staff Writer

Matt Quiggins has been covering the sport of MMA since 2010. He was a contributing writer for Ultimate MMA Magazine from 2010-2014. Alongside his writing, Matt is also a photographer and frequents local amateur MMA events to support his community. He has recently started training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and currently resides in the Tampa Bay Area.

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