Michael 'Venom' Page shares his thoughts about UFC 299 Debut

UFC welterweight Michael ‘Venom’ Page made his promotional debut on one of the biggest cards of the year, on PPV, against Kevin Holland at UFC 299 on Saturday night.

“It’s weird because from start to finish I felt confident,” Page told reporters including Cageside Press at his post-fight scrum.

“When I got in there, it wasn’t like I wasn’t confident, I was still feeling confident, but like my body just wasn’t functioning in the way I wanted it to. I don’t know what it was down to, but it’s the first one. I did what I needed to do to win. I felt miles better than him, and I just felt like I could have done a lot more.”

Michael ‘Venom’ Page (22-2) still wasn’t happy with just a victory. The UFC newcomer came into the fight expecting to get the finish.

“I like to be very hard on myself winning or losing. I think that’s just me just really wanting to be better, wanting to do more, wanting to give more to the fans that paid their money to come and see me,” Page said.

With his UFC debut now behind him you’d assume Michael ‘Venom’ Page is looking at the upcoming UK card later this year, but he’s not quite sure that’ll be the right time.

“It’s hard to say I think (that card) it’s June isn’t it? July? It depends. I don’t like to make those kind of decisions, my coach my manager, they’ll sit down. I know what I need to work on, what my coach wants me to work on,” Page said.

“We’ll navigate and say look is that the right time to get back in, yes no, I go from there.”

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