C.B. Dollaway’s prediction on how he’s beating Lyoto Machida

C.B. Dollaway‘s prediction on how he’s beating Lyoto Machida “With a first round knockout. Walk in and take care of business early.” Plus wants title show next “I don’t want a title eliminator, I don’t want another main event. You know I want to go for that title. I’m not getting any younger”

C.B. Dollaway came on Submission Radio to discuss  Lyoto Machida, not being given a chance in this fight by fans and wanting the title show next .

Plus why he’s been more outspoken, how he feels he matches up with Chris Weidman and thoughts on Luke Rockhold.

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Interview Transcript

Prediction on how he’s beating Lyoto Machida

“Hopefully with a first round knockout. Walk in and take care of business early.”

On reaction to when he found out he’s be fighting Machida and wanting the title fight next

“I was actually pretty excited, you know I’ve been wanting a main event fight, a big high profile fight, and get in there and test myself against one of the best guys in the world. Continue reading C.B. Dollaway’s prediction on how he’s beating Lyoto Machida

And Then There Are 3

Bellator MMA’s original tournament format is no more, and there remain two recent winners whose opportunities for championships are yet to be actualized: Liam McGeary and Marcin Held. McGeary is set to challenge Emanuel Newton for the light-heavyweight title on February’s “British Invasion” card. There has been no date given for when undisputed lightweight champion Will Brooks will defend against presumed next opponent, Marcin Held.

Then there are three if Magomedrasul Khasbulaev is to be included.

Things are less certain for Khasbulaev, the least recent tournament champion of the three, who, unlike McGeary and Held, has not been in competition in 2014. Officially, the fighter nicknamed “Frodo” is still under contract with Bellator MMA, according to company President, Scott Coker. Questions have been asked in response to news-making comments attributed to Khasbulaev, whom was quoted for thanking Coker for releasing him from Bellator. He last fought in April 2013 when he won a featherweight tournament to earn a title fight.

Through his official Twitter account in late November, the Dagestani-born Khasbulaev accused Bjorn Rebney and Sam Caplan of having an American embassy cancel his visa application. Rebney is the founder and former CEO/Chairman of the promotion until being relieved of his position last June, while Caplan was the Vice President of Talent Relations until this past August when his contract was not renewed. Continue reading And Then There Are 3

Hector Lombard on Tyron Woodley avoiding him

Hector Lombard on Tyron Woodley avoiding him “I want to fight him. It’s just he doesn’t want to. What can I do.” “So he’s got a fight scheduled, now he’s talking again, but before, he disappeared. I don’t understand it.

Hector Lombard came on Submission Radio and discussed his relationship with Tyron Woodley and Tyron trying to avoid fighting him.

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Interview Transcript

On his relationship with Tyron Woodley at ATT

“I mean, I will tell you this much, I have no relationship with him at all. I mean we never talk, and yeah we see each other when he comes for his training camp. He doesn’t train with us, he trains in Mississippi or whatever he lives at, and he comes to American Top Team and uses the facilities, but I mean I don’t have any relationship with him. We aren’t friends. And he made me think [about], you know like how many different excuses he made. And at the end of the day, he’s sort of like, he just got caught. Continue reading Hector Lombard on Tyron Woodley avoiding him