Roy Nelson on Shaolin, TRT, and, Oh Yeah, Dave Herman (UFC 146 Video)


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Roy Nelson always has a lot of thoughts on a myriad of subjects. And if you ask him, he will answer.

And that Roy Nelson did at the UFC 146 open workouts, when asked about everything from Shaolin to TRT usage and drug testing to boxing… and, yes, he even had a few words about his change of opponent to Dave “Pee Wee” Herman for Saturday’s fight in Las Vegas.

Check out what all Nelson had to say…



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