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Rory MacDonald NOT getting the next 170lb. title shot; Lawler-Hendricks III?

UFC Tonight just dropped this piece of news on the MMA world.  I guess we’re getting the third installment of Robbie Lawler vs. Johny Hendricks, which will also be the third title fight they have had against each other for the UFC Welterweight Championship. 111 more words

UFC Judging Dissection: Scoring Johny Hendricks vs. Robbie Lawler II

Every time I watch the second fight between Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler from UFC 181, I come away with the same score: 48-47 Hendricks, with “Bigg Rigg” winning the opening three frames before Lawler surging back to close out the fight. 1,326 more words

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Twitter Mailbag: On Joe Rogan, Brendan Schaub, CM Punk and more

This week’s Twitter Mailbag has no shortage of topics to discuss, even if, thanks to Joe Rogan, Brendan Schaub and Phil “CM Punk” Brooks, much of it has to do with recent goings-on outside the cage. 2,647 more words


Why Hendricks vs. Lawler 3 is UFC's Best Bet Instead of Lawler vs. MacDonald 2

This past Saturday, December 6th, Johny Hendricks and Robbie Lawler had their Sequel to their UFC 171 bout.

This time, Lawler robbed beat Hendricks to win his first title, and putting the “rivalry” at 1-1. 941 more words


What's next for Robbie Lawler? New UFC champ lays out 2015 plans

Robbie Lawler fought four times in the octagon this year on a title push that ultimately netted the UFC welterweight belt this past Saturday at UFC 181. 1,011 more words


The Resurrection of "Ruthless" Robbie Lawler

On the morning of July 15, 2012, Robbie Lawler’s record stood at 19-9 (1). The night before, the man once tabbed as a can’t-miss championship contender in the UFC offered little resistance again Lorenz Larkin in a middleweight contest under the Strikeforce banner, losing a unanimous decision that was more lopsided than the 30-27 clean sweep indicates. 1,020 more words

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UFC 181 Results: Destiny Fulfilled

When Robbie Lawler was initially booted from the UFC a decade ago, the MMA world viewed him as a freakishly talented young gun who simply didn’t care enough to achieve true success. 1,016 more words