The Japanese fighter had around 100 people in attendance for the event, ranging from the media toe sponsors and fans, and obviously he stated his thanks for their support ahead of what will be the most important fight of his career.
Murata told those that were gathered that he had been working on a gameplan to beat N'Dam, and would be looking to use pressure and aggression to over-come the talented Frenchman. He respects N'Dam but seems incredibly confident, with the confidence shining through the whole event.
As for the training Murata spent time working the mitts with Sendai Tanaka and sparring with Patrick Day, who has been working with Murata as a "virtual" N'Dam, and replicating his style during Murata's training camp.
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