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    Default Robbie Lawler signs new multi-fight UFC contract

    Robbie Lawler signs new multi-fight UFC contract | News

    Lawler's manager, Monte Cox, today told (UFC blog for UFC news, UFC rumors, fighter interviews and event previews/recaps) that the promotion has signed the fighter to a new multi-fight agreement following his first-round knockout of Josh Koshcheck at this past weekend's UFC 157 event.

    Cox declined comment on the terms of the agreement. Lawler (20-9 MMA, 5-3 UFC) currently is awaiting his next fight.

    Lawler's recent UFC return came seven years after he last set foot in the octagon at UFC 50, where he submitted to Evan Tanner in the second round. Debuting at UFC 37 in 2002, he earned three straight wins to put himself on the short list of welterweight contenders before a loss to Pete Spratt halted his rise.
    And if you want beef, then bring the ruckus

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    I wonder if he'll keep getting that Strikeforce money.
    There are many paths to freedom, not all are peaceful

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    He'll also be getting some supplementary bonus money unless they match him up with a Pierce, Woodley or Fitch.....wait a minute, scratch the last one.

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    How about a rematch with Nick Diaz after GSP mops the floor with him?

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