Ryan Bader’s Fight for a Title

Ryan Bader is known as a top player in combat sports such as Ultimate Fighting Championship. He is a prospective top fighter but things did changed when he lose two fights from Tito Ortiz and Jon Jones. It did not only affect his career but was surprised with the outcome. Losing in two fights consecutively is a shocking performance in his career.

With a fighting spirit, Bader did not let his previous bad fight further affect him. He was able to rise up again and fight his way back by scoring consecutive wins. Finally, he was on his best shape again to show that he has what it takes to be a champion.

In his stand to win in all his fight, he is getting himself ready on his next fight. He is set to fight with an old time Champion Lyoto Machida. He is a former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and having a fight with him serves as another challenge that Ryan Bader need to overcome. He is looking forward for their match in Los Angeles, California. Their game is set on August 3, 2012 at UFC on Fox 4. With a positive frame of mind to win the game, achieving this is an opportunity for him to unfold his strength. This will be another victory over a past UFC champion. Bader mentioned that such accomplishment is also winning his battle against Dana White. This achievement will give back his title and any debate against his previous loses will soon be settled.

Bader is excited on his next fight with Champion Lyoto Machida. This can be another stepping stone towards fulfilling his dreams in getting back into the limelight as a champion. Ryan Bader further mentioned that it would be great to win against two other fighters. This will help build up his career and transform him into a great champion. He is also looking forward to have a match with Quinton Jackson after Machida. Another great game to consider is a rematch with Jones and Dan Henderson. He is positive that he will emerge as a winner on another fight at UFC 151 on September 2012.

Bader is vocal in saying that all the players he is expecting to have a fight with are fighting with goals to defend their title. This means that they are tough fighter and winning against them will give him the best opportunity to prove his capabilities as a combat sports fighter.

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