Kicking off the main card portion of WEC 43, Top 10 ranked Greg Jackson product Damacio Page steps into the cage to face newcomer Will Campuzano.
Normally, these Fight Week Previews feature breakdowns of shared opponents, analysis based on where each fighter trains and trying to figure out how the fight is going to play out based on the dominant approach each fighter displays.
This time around, we're going to bump that method in favor of keeping things short and sweet and simple.
Damacio Page trains with the best team in the business down in Albuquerque, while the information masters over at Sherdog have no affiliation for Will Campuzano, making it 1-0 Page.
2-0 Page comes from overall experience. While Campuzano's 6-0 record is nice on paper, Page has been in the ring with some of the best bantamweights in the world, including current WEC Champion Brian Bowles.
What makes this even more quick and dirty is that Campuzano looks to be a guy who likes to stand and trade. Perhaps he should go and check with Page's last opponent, Marcos Galvao, before making a final decision.
Galvao has 18 seconds worth of experience he can share with the young Texas native.
As is the case with every fight, Campuzano has a puncher's chance to prove this preview wrong.
The thing is, Marcos Galvao didn't even get a punch off last time Damacio Page stepped into the cage.