Found May 21, 2013 on Fight Hub TV:
After the last few years at light heavyweight, it looks like Gegard has seen the light and will take his talents to middleweight, where he belongs. As a middleweight, Mousasi went 24-2-1 with his only losses coming to Akihiro Gono and Petras Markivcius. Then, Gegard moved to light heavyweight, took part in the Super Hulk Tournament, defeating Mark Hunt at heavyweight, then won the light heavyweight Strikeforce strap, losing it to King Mo, but never losing again. In fact, he has a 9-1-1 lhw record (remember that ridiculous Keith Jardine draw????). Now the 27-year -old is reevaluating his torso, and he’s come to the conclusion that middleweight may be best for him. Gegard’s achilles heel has long been his wrestling, so maybe he thinks his lack of takedown defense will effect him more at light heavyweight than middleweight. Makes sense. He gave MMAFighting these quotes: “There’s a big chance that I will go to middleweight, it all depends on the fights that I’m going to get. If I’m goi...
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