Ian McCall will look to end a three fight, winless skid this Saturday at UFC 163, as the #3 ranked flyweight will take on Iliarde Santos at the Rio de Janeiro bound event, in what is a big fight for both men.
Fightline.com has been running an interesting series of interviews with “Uncle Creepy” heading into the bout, and in the latest segment, McCall discusses what might come after he’s done fighting. Although the accomplished fighter is just 29 years old, he relayed to RM Sports that he has some options he’s been considering.
“I have some people pushing me, some actors, pushing me into movie type stuff, which would be cool. I like performing; it’s fun. That would be a great job.”
“Coaching, yes. I’ve always liked coaching. I like helping people and teaching and stuff. I’ve never wanted to own a gym, but it just comes with it I guess. Now that people look up to me, you know, it makes you rethink things. We have such a family life here at the gym that maybe if I could do it all I would.”
UFC 163 will be hosted by the HSBC Arena and the main card will be broadcast live on pay-per-view. The card will be headlined by a featherweight bout between champion Jose Aldo and challenger Chan Sung Jung.
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