“I was hurt a lot early in my career. My coaches did a really good job of keeping my healthy. It’s just a learning process. You learn how to take care of your body. You learn to practice so that you’re healthy to fight, and I think that it’s also a little luck.”
“I want it to be one-sided. I don’t want to take any bumps or bruises, I want to go out and dictate all aspects and go out the way I came in. I’m looking to dominate and dictate.”
UFC top welterweight contender, Robbie Lawler doesn’t want to take any bumps or bruises in his upcoming rematch against Johny Hendricks.
Who takes it?
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