Davis loses on a train or a tree, here, there or anywhere

Marcus Davis knows how he doesn't want to win over Chris Lytle this Saturday. Not by submission, not by a cut, not on the ground, not by ground and pound, not in a house or even a hut. He would not, could not in a box, he could not, would not with a fox.

Davis is setting himself up for disaster by being so choosy about the way he wants to win this fight. He has made it perfectly clear that he wants to stand and bang, so the smart fighter would say, "Let's take it to the ground."

The limitations Davis is putting on himself make me think he will not beat this fighter man, he will not beat him, Sam-I-am.

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