Elvis Sinosic will return to the cage for the second time this year when he takes on English kickboxer Paul Cahoon at Cage Rage 24: Feel the Pain this Saturday at the Wembley Arena in London, England.
Sinosic is coming off of a TKO loss to Michael Bisping at UFC 70 in a fight that he nearly won with a kimura in the second round. Since then Sinosic has spent his time back in his native Australia, training and teaching while preparing for his fight against Cahoon this weekend.
“After the Bisping fight I went back to Australia and it was right back into training and teaching at my academy,” said Sinosic. “Anthony Perosh as always has been helping me get ready for this fight. I’ve been working with Justin Stevenson and Gary Edwards. A couple of students too, Steven Micallef and Shane Nix, they’ve been helping me with a couple different things.”
Cahoon, who currently trains with a Golden Glory team that includes Alistair Overeem, Gilbert Yvel, and Semmy Schilt, is also a threat on the ground as well - three of his wins have come by way of submission. However Elvis is confident that he’ll be able to be successful wherever the fight may go.
“I feel that I have the ability to win the fight at any range,” said Sinosic. “Wherever the fight goes, I’m comfortable. My plan is to feel out the fight from the start and then take it from there.”
So what’s next for Elvis Sinosic after this fight?
“Well currently this is a single fight deal with Cage Rage,” noted Sinosic. “I haven’t ruled out further fights with them. Right now though, I’m just focused on this fight. I’m not looking past it.”
Anyone interested in learning more about the Sinosic-Perosh Martial Arts Academy can visit their official website.