Posted byhammerofgods hammerofgods 5 years ago from http://www.sherdog.com/

He seemed too good to be true.

With his first four UFC bouts totaling just more than eight and a half minutes combined, Brandon Vera's emergence as a top heavyweight in 2005-06 made fans take notice. He could punch and kick with wicked effect, and he was a top-notch technician in all phases of the grappling game. A technical gem of sorts, with an engaging smile and easygoing charisma to boot.




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