The One Championship strawweight titleholder sees a clash of styles on Saturday in Bangkok.
“Mansur is probably going to try and take him down as soon as possible. He’s your typical Dagestani type of fighter. He tries to just clog your legs and punch,” said Brooks.
“If it’s on the feet, Jeremy is very technical and he throws very fast. If you’re a straight-on fighter, you’re going to have a hard time. But if you have angles, then yeah, you can do a lot of things to Jeremy Miado.”
“How will they do against me? Mansur, I think he would try to take me down quick and try to establish that wrestling dominance,” he said.
“He doesn’t realize I’m a dog, and he has never faced anybody that’s a dog. He’s been up against these jiu-jitsu guys, whom he can just get on top of and stomp while they’re trying to do arm bars and knee bars and stuff like that.”
“If I get Jeremy Miado, I’ll take him to deep waters, get him to a front headlock, and knee his head off,” he said.
“While he has a fast jab, I have fast counters as well. If you didn’t see that against Joshua Pacio, anytime that he tried to throw something on me, I hit him two to three times.”