He always grabs his hands when he's out of range and begins shrugging his shoulders.
I don't know why anyone would want to willingly stand and trade with Robbie.
His boxing, parry, head movement and feints are the best I've ever seen in the octagon
thomson once again content to fight to the level of his competition. im glad to see green get the win though..
and robbie needs to take a break.. dude looked burnt out. he had quite a few opportunities to step on the gas but just didn't pull the trigger.
Missed the fake nut shot so I can't comment.
As for Rumble, you could literally see Lil Nog's soul leave his body after he ate those punches from Johnson.
Can't tell if its official or just wishful thinking but Helwani, Frankie, and others are tweeting about Frankie v Cub main eventing the next UFC on Fox in Dec.
Lol I think we can all agree that Frankie/Cub is a fight that should happen regardless of who's ranked where. If it goes to decision, you have to think favor Frankie.
That division is just ridiculous.
As far as the first Hendricks/Lawler scrap, it was pretty close. Not mad that they gave it to Hendricks.
Really impressed by Rumble but who is there for him to fight? Jones is fighting DC, Gus is out and probably won't fight again until he gets a title shot, Glover is fighting Davis, Rashad is hurt and even when he comes back they won't fight. I guess he could get the winner of Bader/OSP or if DC wins and Jones gets an immediate rematch he can get Gus.
I haven't read anything official on Davis v Teixeira.
A Teixeira/Rumble brawl would be awesome but the UFC doesn't really like making fights with a guy coming off a loss, so Rumble/Tex might not make any sense either. Tex got destroyed by Jones it wasn't even close.
Both Bader and OSP are already top 10, so the winner of that fight will be an appropriate opponent and make sense to stay active. Why wouldn't it make sense?