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Luke Rockhold reacts to Sean Strickland’s knockout loss to Alex Pereira at UFC 276: “I think he got conned by the system”

Luke Rockhold has reacted to Sean Strickland’s knockout loss to Alex Pereira at UFC 276. It was Sean Strickland (25-4 MMA) vs Alex Pereira (6-1 MMA) in a middleweight bout last Saturday, July 2nd at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. The result was Pereira thrusting a devastating left hook dropping Strickland to the canvas at 2:36 of the first round.
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Luke Rockhold: Sean Strickland ‘proved how f—king dumb he is’ in Alex Pereira loss at UFC 276

Luke Rockhold wasn’t impressed with Sean Strickland at UFC 276. Originally set to collide with each other at UFC 268 in Nov. 2021, Rockhold versus Strickland fell through after injury struck the former UFC and Strikeforce Middleweight champion. In the meantime, Strickland went a different direction from the match-up and fought talented kickboxer, the unranked Alex Pereira this past weekend (July 2, 2022) at UFC 276.
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Luke Rockhold Explains Why He Uses Mushrooms In Camp

Former UFC middleweight champion Luke Rockhold has discussed a new addition to his camp ahead of his return to the Octagon next month. After over three years away from the sport, Rockhold has found his hunger for MMA again, and is ready to mount a final charge towards the gold that he briefly held six years ago.
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Luke Rockhold: Alex Pereira would 'get mauled' by 20 guys in the UFC

Luke Rockhold is well aware of the narrative that seems to have propelled Alex Pereira into a middleweight title shot after just three Ultimate Fighting Championship appearances. Pereira appears to be next in line to face Israel Adesanya following a first-round knockout against Sean Strickland on the UFC 276 main...
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Morning Report: Luke Rockhold says Sean Strickland ‘proved how f****** dumb he is’ at UFC 276

Luke Rockhold believes Sean Strickland proved him right at UFC 276. This pas weekend, Strickland put on one of the most derided performances in recent memory when he faced world-class kickboxer Alex Pereira. Strickland, who talked before the fight about not being afraid to strike with his more accomplished opponent, marched forward with his hands low and got brutally knocked out in the first round. And for Rockhold, who has not been shy about calling Strickland a “f****** idiot,” this just proved what he’d been saying all along.
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Luke Rockhold Opens Up On Using Psychedelics & Cannabis For Paulo Costa Fight Training

Luke Rockhold has been elevating with cannabis and magic mushrooms ahead of UFC 278. Former UFC Middleweight champion Luke Rockhold has stayed out of action since his last outing against Jan Blachowicz in July 2019. Rockhold chose to remain on the sidelines after the failed move up to light heavyweight. Following a personal tragedy that he suffered in February, he decided to make his comeback this year.
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Luke Rockhold Claims He’s The Only Fighter That Can Beat Israel Adesanya

Luke Rockhold says he’s the only one that can beat Israel Adesanya. Ahead of his return against Paulo Costa at UFC 278, the former UFC Middleweight Champion is keeping an eye on current king Adesanya. Rockhold had a few things to say about Adesanya before his next title defense at UFC 276, which he thinks will be a successful one.
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Marvin Vettori Doesn’t “Think Paulo Costa Can Make 185 Anymore But Luke Rockhold Is A B*tch”

Marvin Vettori doesn’t believe Paulo Costa can make the middleweight limit for his upcoming bout with Luke Rockhold. Paulo Costa has seen more than his fair share of struggles making weight for his fights. Costa is set to welcome Luke Rockhold in his return to competition after a three-year hiatus. Following an unsuccessful move up to light heavyweight against Jan Blachowicz and losing three of his last four by knockout, Rockhold chose to step away from the sport.
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