His cardio is normally a little suspect to me but in his interview on Beatdown he admits he started training late for this fight, was not able to train with his knee injury and gained a lot of weight, that makes me think most of his training has went into just getting back in fight shape.
I think he can win at any point in the fight with his striking but to me it sounds like he's coming into this one ill prepared and maybe a little out of focus.
I think he will become a better fighter than Yoshida and could be now but taking all the circumstances into consideration I think Yoshida has a golden opportunity to pull out a win.
Im picking Rumble but if this goes longer than halfway into the second round I think he will lose.
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