Fight Camp 360: Inside the camps of Emelianenko, Rogers
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"Arlovski's actually bullying him around," Reilly says. "That's what I need you to do in the clinch, too. Don't be so worried about the takedown that you don't bully him around."
Although Fedor doesn't show much interest in watching tape of Rogers' fights, his coaches do -- and they're dismissive of Rogers' skills in his own fight with Arlovski.
"He misses the first, second, third, fourth, fifth," one of Fedor's coaches chuckles while watching Rogers swing wildly at Arlovski. "He got him on the sixth one. Hands down, his head sticking out, it's hard not to get him."
Fedor's coaches say the game plan is simple and easy: "Fedor just has to be active."
But Fedor himself doesn't show that cockiness.
"My family, parents and friends are here," Fedor says. "I like my small town. I'm happy here."
The scenes showing Rogers in his own hometown of Minneapolis are less interesting, because Rogers himself doesn't have a whole lot to say. But we do get to hear Rogers' grandma tell him she's not sure if she'll watch the Fedor fight because "I just can't stand to see you get hit." And we get to hear Rogers' wife confess that before Brett finally started making good money as a fighter this year, her attitude toward his aspiration as a professional athlete was, "This is just a dream, this is not going to come true."
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