......well it looks like Dana and I are on the same page on this one. He's talking about Boetsch not coming out to make a statement, but rather just looking to barely get a "win", you can tell when guys want to do that just to get a title shot. And those guys almost always gets destroyed by a dominating and talented champion, especially if that champion happens to be the Best MMA fighter in the world. Because once some one who's satisfied with scraping by faces a true destroyer, they always find a way to give in and look to survive. He's always praising guys like Wandi who goes out and looks to kill or be killed, it's not the smartest strategy, but it's a mindset that says "I won't accept being ordinary"......You've got to take risks to become great, and sometimes you will fall. Look at Faber, he was the featherweight version of Anderson Silva at one time. Dynamic and unpredictable, until he took a risk and paid for it. Then he stripped his style down to a predictable wrestler/boxer who may throw an occasional kick just to "spice things up". When he faces guys like Aldo, he just can't handle the creativity and confidence of those kinds of fighters. He's stuck inside the box because he got burned thinking outside of it. With no risk comes no real reward, just ask Jon Fitch about that. Goddamit! I hate agreeing with Dana White! Fuck!
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