Dana White Not Pleased With Hendricks’ Fight With Matt Brown

Erstwhile UFC welterweight champ Johny Hendricks took to a strong diet of ground & pound and takedowns to down Matt Brown which led to the former’s remarkable win last Saturday at 185 UFC. Albeit the win garnered great applause yet Johny himself was critical of his performance and the UFC boss Dana White himself echoed the same tune.

“I am really very happy for Hendricks. He has come up from a rough phase. But then, I did not quite like the bout. Did nor love it”, remarked the UFC chief in one of his recent interviews.

Now that Johny has got back to wins, a question comes up about his future fate in the fight arena. Prior to his reservation against Matt, Johny was about to fight Lawler (Robbie) in trilogy match. However, the current circumstances led UFC to take up a different plan & at present Robbie is slated to have a rematch against Canadian Rory MacDonald that would be on 11th of July, 2015.

As per the reports, given his recent win, Johny would have this chance to wait at sidelines & fight winner of the fight, most probably in fall. However, after watching Johny taking over Brown, the UFC boss could not be confident enough about Hendricks’ potential to earn the coveted ticket for upcoming title shot.

Beth Phoneix – Career Insights

Elizabeth Kocianski, popularly known by her ring name Beth Phoneix, is a retired professional wrestler. She became famous worldwide for her stint at the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where she won the WWE Women’s Championship thrice and the WWE’s Divas Championship once.

Kocianski started her wrestling career on Elmira, New York Notre Dame High School scholastic wrestling team where she was the first female varsity wrestler in her high school’s history.

She won the North-East freestyle women’s championship (72kg weight class) in 1999 and also became the Women Champion at the New York State Flair Tournament later that year.