Former UFC Champ Robbie Lawler Feels "No Pressure" Ahead Of Octagon Return

Former UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler hasn't won a fight since July 2017 but he's not feeling any pressure about that ahead of his Octagon return.

Lawler spoke recently with MMAJunkie's Mike Bohn about when he could possibly make his return to actively competing in the UFC cage and his mindset going into his next fight given he's lost his last four fights to Neil Magny, Colby Covington, Ben Askren, and Rafael dos Anjos.

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“I feel good,” Lawler said. “Life’s good, training is going good right now…I’m waiting for a fight. Just talking to my manager Dave (Martin), and we’ll see where we can go from there. I want like a two-month training camp, so just get a date set so then I can focus on a fight. I’ve been doing this for a long time, a fight’s a fight, you do the best you can. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. There’s no such thing as pressure really, it’s just what we do. Sometimes you compete a little bit better, sometimes you don’t. But no pressure.”

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