“Everybody’s saying that my power looks and good and actually my kicks look faster and harder now. I was 212 (pounds) today at the end of practice … I think it’s working to an advantage. It’s making me hungry and meaner.
Talent-wise, man, the who’s who of 205 in the world is in the UFC right now. It’s ridiculous, it’s a whole long laundry list of who’s who. And the heavyweight division â€” you can pull, I think, maybe six guys out of the heavyweights. So yeah, I would say that 205 is way more stacked
I wouldn’t mind staying at 205. It’s all up to UFC in their grand scheme of things. We’ll see what’s going on and what they have in mind. “
Brandon Vera talks to USAToday.com about staying at light heavyweight beyond his upcoming debut at the new weight class against Reese Andy at UFC Fight Night 14 on July 19th.