Found January 02, 2013 on
Lauzon during his 3 round war with Jim Miller this past Saturday Night in Vegas
If Joe Lauzon's name is on an upcoming fight card you may as well get ready to put his name on a bonus check. The word boring is one of the last words that come to mind when you go through this warriors vault of fights. However, sometimes there are consequences paid in exchange for putting on a great show. You can see in these photos evidence of the handy work of one Jim Miller. For Miller, J-Lau's face was just a canvas where he could show other 155'ers what they can expect if they decide to sign a piece of paper that has his name on it in 2013. Don't say you haven't been warned. All photos and commentary via joelauzon's facebook and his Official Twitter account. Give the man a like and a follow if you haven't already. Following the fight: Franken Lauzon - 40 stitches and lost a lot of blood. But I'm all good. Two days after UFC 155 - Not exactly lookin...
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As the old adage goes, “Time heals all wounds.” Well, at the rate UFC lightweight Joe Lauzon is going, he’ll need a few more weeks to get his battered face back to normal.
Lauzon tweeted the above pic two days after his unanimous decision defeat to Jim Miller at UFC 155. Just 24 hours later, he posted the image below stating, “3 days later… Keeps getting worse.”
UFC bonus king Joe Lauzon is quickly becoming one of the most liked fighters in the UFC. Here is Lauzon just making a couple fans happy by posing for pictures.
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