Henderson's destruction of Shields in the first round of their bout was downright embarrassing for Shields.
Henderson dropped him multiple times with that famous right hand of his and it seemed inevitable that eventually Shields would just wouldn't be able to take it anymore.
Perhaps Henderson should have finished the fight when he had the chance.
After several moments in the first round of the fight where he seemed to be on the brink of defeat, Shields defied all the odds to dominate the rest of the fight, taking down Henderson at will—which is amazing considering Henderson is a former Olympic wrestler.
Henderson never had a chance in that fight again.
Pulver is a true warrior. He has lost five straight fights and seven of his last eight; yet he still comes into each bout with a burning desire to win.
Imagine being reduced from a former lightweight champion to that.
He still comes to each fight ready to fight and never seems tentative or scared once he steps into the cage. His last fight was a perfect example of this.
Even though he was on a four-fight losing streak, he still fought well and only barely lost to an armbar.
Named the "Philippine Wrecking Machine" for a reason, Munoz is a rising prospect in the middleweight division. As shown in his last fight, he has a valuable quality in that he has a stubborn refusal to give up.
In his most recent fight, he was shown a formidable challenge in the 6'6 Kendall Grove.
After being completely "wrecked" in the first round by the reach, striking and excellent ground game of Grove, Munoz used his experienced wrestling to his advantage and took Grove down.
In Grove's guard, Munoz used vicious ground and pound to take home the victory.
With that kind of will to win and that vicious ground and pound, Munoz can never be counted out in a fight.