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Johny Hendricks provided a little drama to an event that definitely lacks drama. It lacked a lot of things. But that’s what happens when your biggest star leaves and the best guys to replace him don’t have even 1/2 his star power. But that’s what this show is about.
The winner between Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler will become the UFC welterweight champion. In a sense, it would be better if Lawler won the belt because his story as better. He’s a long-time UFC fighter who came in strong, lost his way, and has come back better than ever. Hendricks put a pounding on Georges St-Pierre, but because of the archaic scoring system, didn’t get his hand raised. If he actually beat St-Pierre, he’d be a main man. Beating Lawler isn’t as special.
The show is heavy on the welterweights and for good reason; not only do you have to make the champion, you have to make the number one contender as well.
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As I mentioned, in 2014, we’re going to keep track of our picks for most of the UFC main card fights. In addition to the FGB crew, included in our picks will be John LaRocca, president of Premier Wrestling, Heidi Fang from MMA Fight Corner, and Alex Goff from Online World Of Wrestling.
(For the first time in years, Big D wanted to share his picks.)
Here’s how we’re doing so far:
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