For Bellator middleweight Brian Rogers, the fact that there's a loss on his recent record is certainly disappointing.
But that loss, a second-round TKO at the hands of season-five tournament
winner Alexander Shlemenko, can't compare to the feeling Rogers had
earlier in his career.
After going 4-1 as an amateur, he went 1-2 in his first three pro fights, skirting dangerously close to "can" territory.