Bendo is gonna be soooo pissed if he gets caught with that again.
Fluke my ass.
Pettis planned the kick as he knew Bendo was circling with his hands down so it was not a fluke but it is not as if it hurt Bendo. The kick caught him off balance and the fight went on. That single moment sealed the round for Pettis otherwise I truly believe Bendo would have won the fight.
Now on topic, how does Bendo manipulate the rules. He strikes to set up his takedowns and when he gets the takedowns he is very active ground and pounding and looking for submissions. He doesn't fear being subbed as he has proven time and again that just will not occur and further doesn't necessarily fear being knocked out as he has shown he is capable of taking a shot and rolling with it.
I say again and again I hope Bendo grounds Pettis to a pulp but regardless it should be a good fight.
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I think some people want to see a change in the division like they did with the middleweight division. And they got their wish when Weidman landed that left hook.
GSP actually puts a beating on his opponents..... whereas Bendo's opponents come out of a 5 round fight sweaty and that's it.
Nate Diaz's right eye didn't look too good after his fight with Henderson, either.
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