UFC 152's Walel Watson says losing streak isn't as long as billed


Walel Watson doesn't see himself as a man on a two-fight skid. "The fight in Canada, I got robbed," the 28-year-old Watson told MMAjunkie.com. "I won that fight. Period." Watson is referring to a split-decision loss to fellow bantamweight Yves Jabouin at UFC 140. He claims he dominated every area of the fight; his only crime was not finishing his opponent. view original article >>
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