Originally Posted by Chrisl972
If that is the case, which I was unaware of, then I hope to see him come back as exciting as ever. I love to see AA bang. He's one of my favorites.
I still would like to know what happened the first round. He never did go for the shoot, there was a pacing to both men that told us right from the start that we were in for a long night. I just want to see the old AA back and if it takes Dana making sure that he understands that he's there to entertain the paying public and not just to win fights.
Once again, I LOVE AA. I just want him to come back the way he was and not the AA that left me bored and disappointed.
That is actually something a lot of people didnít know because when AA was asked about it he said he would not comment on an injury because he didnít want to take away from Timís victory(which I think says alot about Arlovski). MMAweekly followed up with his trainer though and he told them what happend. As far as the first round they both knew what kind of punching power they were capable of so there were feeling each other out and AA also said that if he was losing a stand up battle he would take the fight to the ground in the latter rounds but like I said he couldnít do that because of his knee.