Originally posted on 5thRound.com  |  Last updated 6/16/13
If UFC 161 marked Roy Nelson’s (pictured) Octagon finale, he sure went out with a bang. Unfortunately for “Big Country,” he was the one who got blasted by Stipe Miocic. The good news for Nelson is that he set a UFC record on Saturday. The bad news is it was because he is now the only man to endure 437 significant strikes without being knocked out. However, it appears Nelson’s biggest battle lies ahead of him at the negotiating table. Now that the likable heavyweight has officially entered free agency, he and rival UFC president Dana White want to clear the air regarding some inaccurate – yet top secret – stories that could help open the path for a return. “Somebody’s not telling the truth about something,” White said following the UFC 161 post-fight press conference. “And he said, ‘What we need to do is [get everybody into a room],’ and I said, ‘[Expletive] do it right now. Go get everybody in a room right now we’ll and see who’s telling the truth and who’s not.’ “He doesn’t want to talk
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