- Jul 29, 2012
I do like that Anderson brought in Alex Periera for sparring. Tells me that he's really keen on finding a moment of opportunity to land a big one. He isn't content with just rolling over. Not a big fan of him being in the gi so much, but I like that he's keeping his ground game tight. Worst comes to worst he might be able to force a scramble of some kind and catch a sub. His bjj is legit. I don't think he wins, and I don't think he thinks he wins, but he's the last of the greats from that generation of fighters. Once he's done...it's over. Shogun's path to being on top is over. This is really it.