I liked Alexander in that one, looked like he has developed some as a fighter. He didn't just bull in trying for an early KO, he stayed on the outside, worked the **** out of that dudes leg, fought off several takedown attempts, THEN went for the KO.
I look forward to seeing the newer, smarter, better Houston Alexander back in the UFC.
He really should have learned to do that a year ago.
Originally Posted by Holy Moment
Houston is improving, at least. I liked his footwork, particularly that he's learned to circle to the correct side against an orthodox opponent, and to be on balance to hit the low kick with correct timing. For all we know, his grappling is still a huge glaring weakness, I don't think Pendergast had the best shot in the world.
"More kick than a chorus line"