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Roy Nelson: This is probably the crappiest camp that I’ve ever had

In the MMA game, some training camps go good and some training camps go bad, and according to UFC heavyweight Roy Nelson (19-8 MMA, 6-4 UFC) his latest camp was the latter of the two:

“This has actually probably been the crappiest camp that I’ve ever had,” Nelson admitted on Wednesday. “It is what it is.”

The root of Nelson’s problems began in mid-September, when his head boxing coach, Jeff Mayweather, suffered a mild heart attack after drinking an energy drink. The 49-year-old, Mayweather, wound up being hospitalized for weeks. Doctors subsequently diagnosed Mayweather with “full-blown diabetes,” and from there things only got worse:

“I lost Jeff probably about two weeks into camp,” Nelson explained. “I lost (training partner Muhammed ‘King) Mo’ Lawal. I lost Ryan Martinez, because in Bellator he broke his hand. It was just one of those camps where anything possibly that could’ve happened, happened. So you just kind of deal with it. I mean, I’ve been in the game long enough to know what I’m supposed to do and put the work in. And at the end of the day, that’s what it is.”

Roy Nelson will face Strikeforce Heavyweight Grand Prix winner Daniel Cormier (12-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) in the co-main event of this weekend’s UFC 166 card in Houston, Texas.

Who do you see winning this heavyweight clash? Let’s hear it Penn Nation!

 

 

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3 Comments to Roy Nelson: This is probably the crappiest camp that I’ve ever had

  1. magoo says:

    Great diversion Roy, your new physique proves other wise… Lol … Can’t wait to see you get at it wth Cormier, show em u ain’t expired yet!!!

  2. drew says:

    im really rootn for you big country! nice little psychology trick…oh hey dc i just beat and i even had a shitty camp and your working with cain day in and day out

  3. UFC 84 Forever says:

    Cormier really didn’t impress me against Mir, I’m pulling for Big Country here… Best of luck… uh… Medium Country? Can we still call you Big Country? Dude’s lost some weight.

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