Strikeforce Champ Luke Rockhold Still Fighting for Respect
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Strikeforce middleweight champion Luke Rockhold continues fighting for the respect of MMA followers. His teammate, "King Mo" Lawal, says Rockhold is a top-three middleweight in the world, but may argue against that notion. All he can do is prove his place and he'll look to do that at Strikeforce this Saturday, Jan. 7, in Las Vegas.
In this one-on-one interview, Rockhold tells Erik Fontanez from http://mmaweekly.com/ he's ready to beat Keith Jardine like nobody's beaten the UFC veteran before.
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