Don’t count out O’Brien

Being referred to as a veteran of the fight game at the age of 24 may make him “feel old”, but there’s no question that Jake O’Brien has seen plenty in his two and half year career in the Octagon. From dizzying highs to crippling lows and everything in between, O’Brien enters his UFC 100 bout with Jon Jones as a fighter who has been the hot prospect, been the young gun with the “0” at the end of his record, and found out that there is no such thing as invincible – at least not in this game. . . . Click here for more by Thomas Gerbasi, UFC

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