The upcoming Ultimate Fighting Championship card for Nov. 15 continues to add on top fights as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu ace,
The information comes from Maia himself in an interview with Tatame.com.
Maia has been nothing less than dominant since making his debut in the UFC, pulling off three straight submission wins, most recently defeating
Long thought of as one of the best submission fighters to step in the Octagon, Maia continues to work on his other skills to match up to his tremendous pedigree on the ground.
"I didn't study his fights yet, I'll receive a DVD with his fights, but I only watch my opponents' fights when the fight gets closer," said Maia in the interview with Tatame.com. "I'm training a lot (of) my stand up game like for the last fight, but every time I can I do some BJJ trainings"
Maia also disclosed in the interview that he helped
Quarry steps into the fight after a victory over
Maia and Quarry will serve as part of the undercard for the main event pitting heavyweight champion