Rashad Evans Drops Split Decision To Daniel Kelly At UFC 209

UFC
54

On the FS1 Post-Fight Show Karyn Bryant, Kenny Florian and Brian Stann take you through the highlights of Rashad Evans vs Daniel Kelly at UFC 209.

Please remember, you can also find our content using these domains:
* http://www.MMA.media: HD video coverage
* http://www.MMA.audio: iTunes
* http://www.MMA.help: pro-MMA techniques and instruction
* http://www.MMA.diet: essential nutrition and discounts

About The Author

MMA H.E.A.T. is a headline-making production company dedicated to covering the emerging sport of Mixed Martial Arts. Hosted by FOX Sports anchor and former CNN anchor, Karyn Bryant, our content ranges from intimate fighter interviews, to event coverage (UFC, Bellator, WSOF, RUFF), to technique instruction and beyond. Success in MMA is the result of four core elements: Heart. Endurance. Aggression. Technique.™ Our unique magazine style series celebrates all of these pieces of the MMA fighting puzzle in a way that fans love.

MMA H.E.A.T. is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and operates worldwide through partnerships and affiliates. It was co-founded by Wade Eck and Karyn Bryant.

54 Comments on "Rashad Evans Drops Split Decision To Daniel Kelly At UFC 209"

  1. Inexperienced fight fans still seem to associate speed with good timing. Speed, and good timing are two different things. Timing is more important than speed. You can have a faster fighter lose to a slower fighter because his timing, and accuracy were better. Rashad was faster, but Kelly simple timed his attacks better. Kelly actually fought a great technical fight.

  2. Rashad has the suga nickname from boxing and is now facing wat all great boxers faced but in mma it happens when you're out if your prime and you start to get old and you just can't stick with the competition because competition never ages but he's stuck to proving everybody that he still got it and thats why people fight dangerously after old age but he's not even 40 yet so he's good

  3. Rashad was one of the first high caliber fighters that helped shaped the UFC to what is it today. The reason why he was tearing through 205 in his prime was because he was one of the first "athletic" fighters that we now all see today, because before that, it was nothing but a bunch of flatfooted motherfuckers like Forrest Griffin and Stephan Bonnar. The competition is a lot stiffer today than it was over ten years ago and Rashad had something to do with that. But I will say this: He also used that athleticism to hide behind that suspect chin lol.

Leave a Comment