We spoke to the Devon-based Team Chaos fighter Jack Nunn to ask him a few questions ahead of the bout this weekend.
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You both fought Corey McLachlan in 2019, Joe losing on points and you taking a stoppage win. Do you know anything else about him?
Jack: “To be honest, I don’t care who he has beaten or who he has lost against in the past. I look at my opponents as an individual and adapt my fighting style to beat them.
“In terms of what I know about Joe; he has a very traditional Thai style.”
How are you preparing for this fight?
Jack: “I don’t get too involved in who I’m fighting. I let my coach come up with a plan, and I do exactly as he says. I have 100% faith in my coach.”
Joe trained in Thailand and won at Chaweng Stadium. Do you think this experience will make any difference on Saturday?
Jack: “I’ve been to Thailand once, I was training for my first fight on MTGP over there, but I didn’t fight.
“I prefer a fast-paced, aggressive style, so I would’ve preferred to go to Holland and adapt to the Dutch style as opposed to Thai, because it’s a bit slower and outdated when compared to the fighters on GLORY and ONE Championship, so no it won’t make a difference.”
What else can we expect to see from you in 2020?
Jack: “On the 4th April I’m defending my UK ranking and it’s a British title fight against Aaron Witham.
“My long term goal is progressing through the Featherweight rankings, and to fight on the big promotions.”