- Take Hendricks down immediately and hold him down so Johny uses all of his energy ...
makes sense, but easier said than done.
johny has seemed kind of happy-go-lucky in his training, but his camp would be insane not to be training stuffages and under-position.
WP: Hendricks was originally a 3 time Oklahoma High School Wrestling State Champion, representing Edmond Memorial High School, and was given a scholarship for wrestling. While competing for Oklahoma State University, Hendricks won the 2005 and 2006 NCAA Division I wrestling title at 165-pounds, and he finished second in 2007 to Mark Perry from the University of Iowa. The loss to Perry was Hendricks' only one during his senior year at OSU, and also his first loss in 56 matches.
In addition to his two national championships, Hendricks was a 4-time All-American at OSU and a three-time Big 12 Conference champion (2005, 2006 & 2007). During his high school wrestling career at Edmond Memorial High School, Hendricks won three state titles and the 160-pound high school national championship.
raise your hand if that sounds like someone who might be able to stuff GSP's shots.
There is not much information at this point as to why Jon “Bones” Jones will not be defending his title against Glover Teixeira in the main event of UFC 170 as announced yesterday by Dana White.
Today Dana White announced Jon Jones would not be fighting on Feb 22nd against Teixeira.
“I told you yesterday that Jones will fight on Feb. 22,” White told reporters following the UFC 167 press conference. “He won’t fight in Feb. 22. He just pulled out of the fight. He’s not fighting Feb. 22.”
Dana White also said “He’s not injured,” talking about Jones, which makes more questions than answers at this point.
The UFC President also stated that he believes Jones-Teixeira could go off in March. So it looks like Teixeira will still be next in line for Jon Jones UFC light-heavyweight title but we do not know when. White would not disclose why Jones would not be defending his title at UFC 170.
Dana White also indicated that UFC 170 will still go on as planned at Mandalay Bay, with a new main event to be named at a later date. So for now this is all the info we have and as soon as more comes out we will be sure to update everyone on the situation.
A week ago Jones said that the UFC is making him fight all the tough guys and everyone else was getting the easy fights.
Last edited by Brujesino : 11-15-2013 at 03:22 AM.