Josh Koscheck Put Matt Hughes Away, but Still Respects Him
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Get the latest in MMA at http://MMAWeekly.com -- Josh Koscheck has always been brash at the minimum if not outright cocky. But when it came to the fight with Matt Hughes, Koscheck was atypically reserved in talking up the fight. Even after an emphatic finish of the UFC Hall of Famer, Koscheck stayed on an even keel, giving Hughes all the respect that his years in the Octagon -- most of them as a champion -- deserves.
Get all the latest in MMA at http://MMAWeekly.com -- Josh Koscheck knows he's got a tough test in Matt Hughes at UFC 135, but he also feels the fight should have happened much sooner. He also believes that his career could be winding down if he doesn't make some significant changes to his training camp. more
Get all the latest in MMA at http://MMAWeekly.com -- Josh Koscheck was poised to make his return from injury at 185 pounds, that is until an intriguing bout with UFC Hall of Famer Matt Hughes was laid out on the table for him. Koscheck talks about why he was considering 185 and about the upcoming bout with Hughes. more
Get all the latest in MMA at http://MMAWeekly.com -- Much has been made about Matt Hughes possibly retiring after UFC 135, especially by his wife. Hughes delves into the details saying he's still not sure, but would be happy to take Dana White up on an offer to accept a job where he has to do "nothing." more
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Get all the latest in MMA at http://MMAWeekly.com -- People have long said that Matt Hughes and Josh Koscheck should fight, but those that believe Hughes was avoiding Koscheck are wrong. He says the fight was simply never put before in the past. He's happy to fight whoever DW wants. more
Get all the latest in MMA from http://MMAWeekly.com -- UFC 135 main eventers Jon Jones, Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, Matt Hughes, and Josh Koscheck field questions from the press as things heat up for the UFC's return to where it all started in Denver! more
MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant talks with Welterweight Josh Koscheck at the UFC 135 open workouts, and gets his thoughts on possibly retiring Hall Of Famer Matt Hughes, whether or not he's shy of jabs after his loss to champ GSP and if he prefers to fight someone he doesn't like. Karyn also offers Josh a new nickname, but the AKA fighter tells us about his own new idea.
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