He's an exciting fighter and popular. If he can stay healthy wants to stay in training all they time they might as well put him on a card every month.
"He's got big balls. I like that." -Josh Koschek on Frank Trigg's balls.
Wow....I can only imagine if he took a few grand here and there and put it in some kind of mutual fund over the years. Hell by the time he retires he'd be pulling in some decent money. on top of being a coach or TV personality. Hell even acting. I just don't understand why know one tells these guys to make their money work for them....
Scarface: Fuck you, fuck you, fuck you, you're cool, and fuck you, I'm out!
"I don't call the fighting in my films 'violent', I call it 'action'. An action film borders between fantasy and reality. If I were to be completely realistic in my films, you would call me a violent, bloody man. I would simply destroy my opponent by tearing his guts out. I wouldn't do it so artistically." ~Bruce Lee
The differences between Lytle and Cerrone in comparison to the other guys you mentioned is championships and headlining main events. The UFC is going to be more inclined to reward the guys that had a significant impact on the growth of their company.
I still don't know why they don't book him against Micheal Johnson... one wants a higher level name fighter the other just wants a fight seems simple enough
Last edited by Rise; 01-17-2014 at 06:28 PM.
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