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  • 01-04-2013, 06:37 AM
    "I'm not in a rush to fight again, (so soon) you know?"
    What a coincidence! We're not really in a rush to SEE you fight again so soon, ya know?

    Jokes aside, I hope the short notice excuse proves true and he actually comes to fight instead of just trying to get a W under his belt from here on out. Before I knew Greg Jackson was his trainer, I remember telling a friend "he fights like a Jackson guy!" Then we saw Greg in his corner....... (x_x)
  • 01-04-2013, 04:10 AM
    If his opponent gets as sleepy from fighting him as I do from watching him, at least he makes a good blanket lol. I want to see him fight Palhares.
  • 01-04-2013, 02:25 AM
    Derek "the care bear" Brunson threatening the division with hugs and kisses, watch out Silva.
  • 01-04-2013, 02:13 AM
    Yeah, after dry humping Chris Leben for 3 rounds, I'm sure the rest of the middle weight division are mildly concerned............jeeze.
  • 01-04-2013, 01:32 AM

    Derek Brunson warns the UFC middleweight division to ‘watch out’

    Derek Brunson warns the UFC middleweight division to ?watch out? -

    "I'm not in a rush to fight again, (so soon) you know? I got a little bit of money to pay the bills and train, now, I'm about to go put all my time and effort. I'm back and motivated like when I was 9-0 and the rest of the middleweight division better watch out, that's all I'm saying."
    Derek Brunson made a successful Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) debut at UFC 155, defeating Chris Leben in Las Vegas, Nevada, this past weekend (Dec. 29, 2012). Aside from spoiling "The Crippler's" long-awaited return to the Octagon, Brunson ended his two-fight skid after beginning his mixed martial arts (MMA) career 9-0. Despite the MGM Grand Garden Arena being filled with boo birds from restless fans who wanted to see a quicker pace from the two exhausted fighters, Brunson said during his post-fight interview he is still happy with his performance, considering the bout was taken on eight days notice. Though the fight wasn't exactly in contention for "Fight of the Night," Brunson wants fans to know he tried his best and he will do better in the future, which is why he is in no hurry to get right back into the Octagon, preferring to sharpen his skills and work on his cardio, which Brunson admits was ‘not there' during the fight. Anyone expect a more thrilling outing from Derek in his next fight inside the Octagon with more notice?

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