NEW YORK CITY - Middleweight Rousimar Palhares knows when an opponent is worried about him, which is by now a regular thing.
"When they start talking a lot, I think that's because they're worried,"
Palhares said through his translator and manager,
Is Alan Belcher worried? He has, after all, given those leglocks quite a bit of lip service,
mostly because everyone and their brother wants to know how he's going
to defend an inevitable attempt.