UFC Quick Quote: A 'frustrated' Todd Duffee had a 'horrible' game plan against Mike Russow

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"It was on the temple I felt the shot...it just shut down the cns system couldnt use my arms to catch my fall or anything i was watching everything till my head hit the canvas(which may have put me out)i blinked and he hit me with a hammer fist....the way i fell made it look much worse than it was...I wasn't gassed i was more frustrated and trying to stick to the game plan should of threw that out after the first 30 seconds ...my game plan was horrible......i wasn't snapping punches instead i was muscling them shoudl of kicked should of grappled should of fought....I'll be back and show I am more than capable of wrestling etc., thanks for the support and thanks to the people who helped me out sorry i let you down it will pay off in the long run."

UFC heavyweight prospect Todd Duffee speaks out on The Underground (via Bloody Elbow) about his knockout loss to Mike Russow last Saturday night (May 29) on the main card of UFC 114 in Las Vegas. Duffee was beating up the Chicago cop for the better part of two rounds but ended up on the wrong side of the law when Russow pulled a rabbit out of his hat and stopped his larger foe in the third round with a shot to the head. Does the loss diminish Duffee's potential? Or will it only make him stronger? Let's hear your choice for his next opponent...

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