I'd be curious how much people won and lost over the Nunes fight.
Ever since Rhonda lost the title, it seems like whoever is the champion has bad luck lol
Wonder if the first successful retention will come against Ronda, rub salt in that there wound.
1x WFWF Champion 3x WFWF International Champion 4x WFWF Tag Team Champion (Current) 1x WFWF Vanguard Champion (Current) 1x WFWF National Champion 2014 Scars and Stripes Battle Royal Winner 2014 WFWF Hall of Famer 2016 Feud of the Year 2016 Match of the Year
200 was a good show. The undercard was awesome, Cain Valaquez is back! that was a sick KO on Mr. Ronda Rousey (Travis Browne). Brock Lesnar looked good in his fight, if he does come back and he works on his striking he'll easily be in the top 10 since the heavyweight class is very thin. Miesha Tate looked terrible physically, I know she had a tough cut but I think her gameplan was to play defense since Amanda Nunes is an animal in the 1st round.
I'm glad Brock won. I was hoping he'd get the finish though.
I'm still so impressed with Silva. To take that fight on two days notice (and his physique showed that he hasn't been training much), and last all 3 rounds on the ground. I understand why people booed Cormier. But he was just doing what he had to. He would have put himself in serious risk standing up with Silva, as evidenced by that closing kick.
I'm surprised no one is talking about Cain. He was so dominant. In my eyes he's still the best heavyweight. His loss to JDS was a fluke, as evidenced by his domination in the two rematches. And I 100% believe him about the altitude sickness. If you ever take physiology, you'll know it's no joke.
Cain just has so much talent and STAMINA. Injuries have been his only downfall. I hope he can stay healthy because I see him doing great things.