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Note to self: Never fake an injury…especially in the cage

Note to self: Never fake an injury…especially in the cage

A few weeks ago Brett Rogers said the way he’s going to defeat Fedor Emelianenko is to fake an injury. Last night we realized the importance of not faking an injury, especially with a guy that trains at Cesar Gracie Ju Jitsu. We all witnessed probably the swiftest turn-around of a fight in UFC Fight Night history. I normally make a statement and then follow it up with ‘…in the history’ to make it sound more important then it really is. It’s a technique I learned in 5th grade when I tried to convince kids that my Marvel action figure collection was the best…in history. 

Last night, Nate Diaz issued a public reminder as to why the dude is one of the best Brazilian ju jitsu practitioners at 155lbs. Aside from his couple of L’s to Clay Guida and Joe Stevenson, dude has rocked it since he’s been in UFC even racking up a win from Batman. Batman, starring Kurt Pellegrino. Our MMAMoneyline picks are pretty embarrassing (as usual) so we hope you didn’t lose as much money as we did. Great night of fights (especially the one with the two guys) and hopefully this warm fuzzy feeling we all have will bleed over into UFC 103 this Saturday.

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