Video: Ryan Bader’s KO power on display

Maggie Hendricks

With a background as an All-American wrestler at Arizona State University, Ryan Bader will always be tabbed as a wrestler first and foremost. That makes it easy to forget that he does have knockout power. See here?

On Saturday at UFC 132, Bader will have to find that knockout power again. He didn't have it in his last fight, a loss to Jon Jones that was Bader's first defeat in MMA. He'll have to find it against Tito Ortiz, a one-time unstoppable force who has not won a fight since 2006 (or since Barry Bonds broke Hank Aaron's home run record, Michael Phelps broke records at the Olympics and Plaxico Burress shot himself.)

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