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 UFC 134 Predictions - Brendan Schaub
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UFC 134 Predictions - Brendan Schaub Looking to make his way up the latter heavyweight division -Brendan Schaub is likely to struggle for position in the heavyweight division No. 1 contender when he takes on Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 134 in Brazil. So, it stands to reason that he should be training ground game before stepping in with one MMA's best jiu-jitsu practitioners. On a publicity trip to Rio de Janeiro to promote the card, the former football player even donned a gi.
 
Schaub is relatively little experience with a career 8-1 record, but is rapidly gaining ground in the fight against some of the legends of PRIDE heavyweight back-to-back. His last fight was against Mirko Filipovic at UFC 128 Results last March and, although it suffered some damage to get, scored a TKO in the third assault. MMA Odds have Brendan Schaub -215 favorite at UFC 134. MMA Odds.
 
Now that has been mentioned by UFC president Dana White, his big fight against Nog would be the winner of Cain Velasquez / Junior dos Santos. The truth is that Schaub is still gaining experience, and the disappearance Nogueira would be prudent to test their skills in the field. Schaub's strength is the stand-up game, where he completed seven of his eight victories by hitting. UFC 134 Predictions I'm going with the underdog in this fight Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira +190 UFC Odds.
 
"I feel jiu-jitsu is one of the most important weapons in the UFC," Schaub told Graciemag.com. "I'm prepared for the worst of situations. I work on jiu-jitsu with Amal Easton and train with athletes like Shane Carwin, Nate Marquardt and Eliot Marshal among others. They are guys who put me in the worst positions and help me avoid sticky situations." UFC 134 Predictions - Brendan Schaub Looking to make his way up the latter heavyweight division. Bet on UFC 134 Right Now.

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