Brock Lesnar Vs Cain Velasquez

October 23, 2010 by staff 

Brock Lesnar Vs Cain Velasquez, Brock Lesnar vs Cain Velasquez main fight card. Meanwhile, Thiago aggressor is set to face UFC Nightmare Sanchez 121

Paulo Thiago has flown to California to restore your mind and body ahead of his fight with Diego Sanchez. The Brazilian fighter will meet the ‘Nightmare’ on Saturday in Anaheim. After his terrible fight with Mike Swick, Martin Kampmann, the “aggressor” has come to California to strengthen its shine in front of UFC 121.

Thiago was desperate to share their bad experience with Kampmann admit that the opponent was much better than him. However, he revealed that he could learn the lessons of that great defeat that can get you back on the road to victory.

Instead of giving way to death loses, Thiago is preparing to take a TUF Sánchez. For information about Sanchez’s style to make his ideas cooler Thiago has arrived in California. He is in search of fellow left-hander with experience training and speed control.

Thiago hoped that this first flight to California would benefit him in the Octagon, where he meets Diego, coming off two losses in a row. “I participated in a camp where he trained with the team of the Alliance in San Diego with guys like Brandon Vera Cruz and Dominick,” said Thiago.

He showed his game plan that says, “Cali boys, Diego knows very well and gave me a lot of good information. Back in Brasilia decided to keep my training camp around here, and not fly to Rio de Janeiro, because Constrictor boy’s team has the same style of Sanchez who are qualified and earth. ”

Now, Thiago wants to be more aggressive in the cage and secure a third straight loss to former lightweight title challenger, Diego.

Meanwhile, there were no surprises in store as the weight of the fighters was right. Lesnar was 264 pounds while weighing 244 pounds Velásquez.

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