File - Hendricks and Lawler are squaring up again for a much-anticipated rematch.
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When Johny Hendricks emerged from a bruising, five-round bout with the UFC welterweight title in March, a portion of the mixed martial arts world thought Robbie Lawler got robbed.Lawler wasn't among those who disagreed with the decision, however. Invited back to the UFC for perhaps a final chance, he stunned Josh Koscheck and Rory MacDonald in 2013 to earn a title shot.His first bout with Hendricks for Georges St. Pierre's vacated belt was one of the best fights of this year, a brawl in which both fighters took serious punishment. While Hendricks spent several months recuperating from a torn biceps muscle, Lawler went back to work in his training camp in Florida, spending six of the first seven months of 2014 away from his family in Iowa.
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