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Hendo Blasts Belfort: ‘No Way He Beats Weidman In The U.S.’


“No (he doesn’t beat Weidman). Vitor is very capable of beating anybody in those first few minutes of the fight because he is dangerous and he hits hard. But, I don’t see it happening, especially if the fight is in the U.S. I don’t know, I’m not going to point fingers and say things I have no idea about. Obviously he won’t be able to use TRT here. I just feel his body has definitely changed a little bit in the last couple of years since he hasn’t been fighting here. There’s reasons for that. He’s been fighting a long time and we’ve seen his body change a couple of different times. It is what it is. At the same time, I have no idea, he could be doing everything right by the book and the way he should. Which is what he should have done years ago, as well.”

In a recent interview with ‘The MMA Hour’, MMA Legend and fellow TRT user, Dan Henderson, discussed¬†the upcoming middleweight title fight between Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort.

Belfort earned his shot at the title with a very quick and decisive K.O. victory over Hendo in Brazil and now Hendo might be putting out some of his sour grapes on display.

The next time the middleweight title will be up for grabs is still unknown, according to the UFC boss, but stay tuned because we should have a date shortly.

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One Comment to Hendo Blasts Belfort: ‘No Way He Beats Weidman In The U.S.’

  1. richard duncan says:

    the way you stop that, is to fire him and any other fighter caught using P,I,D.`s. and if any money is owed to that fighter, that will be kept. if it is not handled like like its important, then people will always have something to complain about.

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