UFC On Fox Video: Joe Lauzon's Submission Of The Night Gets A Gracie Breakdown

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Joe Lauzon pulled off a spectacular triangle finish after and excellent back and forth bout against Jamie Varner. This has earned him two more fight night bonuses, edging Chris Lytle and making him the top UFC bonus hunter in history with 11 bonuses in 13 fights.

Rener Gracie, once again gives his entertaining and in-depth analysis on the events leading up to the submission finish.


Related: UFC On Fox: Joe Lauzon Vs. Jamie Varner Full Fight Video Highlights | UFC On Fox 4 Results: Joe Lauzon Submits Jamie Varner In Fight Of The Year Candidate


Check out the latest Gracie Breakdown on the clip below:

SBN coverage of UFC on Fox 4

Even though the UFC on Fox 4 card was one of the more exciting cards in the past several months, there was one moment that was more Gracie Breakdown worthy than all the rest: Joe Lauzon's beautifully timed transitional triangle choke against Jamie Verner. In this episode of the Gracie Breakdown, Rener is joined by Brian "T-city" Ortega from the famous "Bubba Gracie" prank video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8g8iJdjtOs) as they analyze precisely what Lauzon did that caught Verner so off guard. Rener also explains why we haven't seen any Gracie Breakdowns for a few months, and he announces the next Gracie giveaway (it's a good one!).

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