There may be Strikeforce fighters out there longing for a chance to slide over and fight in the UFC. Roger Bowling isn't one of them yet. Not when he's still got business to attend to. "I want to get that Strikeforce belt first - that's my goal," Bowling recently told Radio. Bowling meets Tarec Saffiedine on Aug. 18 at "Strikeforce: Rousey vs. Kaufman" in San Diego. view original article >>
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