"Koscheck was out. Yeah, Koscheck was out it. It was one of those weird knockouts where he was out and then Lawler hit him a few more times and woke him up. You could tell when Koscheck got up; Koscheck didn't even know what happened. He had no clue what happened -- he watched it on the screen."
-- Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White weighed in on the stoppage by Herb Dean in the Robbie Lawler vs. Josh Koscheck welterweight fight at UFC 157: "Rousey vs. Carmouche," in Anaheim, Calif., saying that despite Koscheck's initial protests, the stoppage was justified. Lawler hurt Koscheck badly with a flurry of punches in the first round while The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 1 veteran was in the fetal position on the ground, which led Dean to stop the fight. Koscheck popped up immediately, adamantly saying he was fine; however, the decision was made and "Ruthless" was handed his first UFC victory since in nearly 10 years. Lawler looked phenomenal in his return to 170-pounds, and with his heavy hands will be one to look out for in the division going forward. For complete results from UFC 157: "Rousey vs. Carmouche" click here.