“I went there really to watch one fight, probably not the one youâ€™re expecting. I went there to watch Brock Lesnar. He is so interesting because he is so athletic as well as being so powerful. So that fight went just like I thought it would, Brock took him down whenever he wanted and on the ground he did whatever he wanted. I was also there watching my buddy, Roger, but he didnâ€™t quite look the same. I donâ€™t think him or Kenny fought their best fight on Saturday. Roger looked to have done a few things different and I would say that he needs to go back to what he was doing before.
The last fight of the night was Georges and Fitch. Georges didnâ€™t look as big as he has before and he seemed like he had gotten tired from the first round. Fitch had the game plan of countering Georges and you just canâ€™t do that. You canâ€™t counter a quicker fighter. To be honest, halfway in the third round I got up and walked out of the arena and went to my hotel. The fight wasnâ€™t the most exciting and I wanted to get out of there before everyone else was getting up to leave.”
In a post on his official blog, former UFC welterweight champion and future UFC hall of famer Matt Hughes shares his thoughts on UFC 87 “Seek and Destroy”, particularly the performance of current UFC 170-pound champion Georges St-Pierre.