Fighting: A very bad hobby
Pick any piece of media leading up to Saturday's UFC 114, and you'll find Quinton Jackson swearing up and down that he was prepared for Rashad Evans.
"Best shape of my life," he told training partners (and, conveniently, television cameras). The movie set-fed flab he showed up wearing for training camp had melted away; he was properly irritated at Evans; he was arguably the harder puncher and more violent fighter. If you gave it only a passing thought, Jackson might have convinced ...
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