'Rush' hour, Carwin's lead hands, more
Some athletes reach a point where their own elevated standards come back to bite them in the rear. For fighters, that can mean fighting at a level perceived as beneath them and struggling to put an exclamation point on the victory.
Georges St. Pierre, the four-time defending welterweight champion, is easily the most gifted MMA athlete who didn't grow up on a collegiate-style wrestling mat. His game is faultless: He can strike, he can wrestle and he can grapple, with a bottomless ...
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