UFC 243: The Scorecard

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In looking at the Dan Hooker-Al Iaquinta co-main event, a recurring thought was that when these two lightweights are on, how did they ever lose? Today, two days after Hooker beat Iaquinta, I wonder if he’s ever going to lose again. Using a smart fight strategy that kept Iaquinta a step behind all night, Hooker is only getting better, and if he keeps performing when the lights are at their brightest, he’s going to be a handful for anyone at 155 pounds. As for his request for a meeting with Dustin Poirier, I’m in for that fight, for sure.

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