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Robbie Lawler Delivers Sensational 38-Second KO in Emotional Farewell at UFC 290

In a night filled with electrifying finishes at UFC 290, Robbie Lawler etched his name in the history books with a jaw-dropping knockout of Nico Price, putting an exclamation mark on his illustrious career. The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV was witness to Lawler's swift and emphatic victory, as he wasted no time in dispatching his opponent in a mere 38 seconds.

As the bell rang, Lawler, at the age of 41, displayed his trademark ferocity by immediately closing the distance and engaging in a clinch with Price. With lightning-fast precision, Lawler unleashed a barrage of thunderous uppercuts and hooks, leaving Price with no escape from the onslaught. Sensing the imminent end, referee Marc Goddard swiftly intervened, halting the contest before Lawler could unleash any further devastation.

Overwhelmed with emotion, Lawler's post-fight interview with Joe Rogan was a poignant moment that encapsulated the rollercoaster journey of his career. Falling to his knees in the corner, Lawler shed tears of joy and gratitude. He humbly expressed his heartfelt appreciation to his team, and loyal fans, and acknowledged the challenges he faced during his rigorous training camp.

Lawler reflected on the arduous road that led him to this unforgettable moment, saying:

"It was a really hard camp, nothing was going right. Today was the first day I felt good. My feet were moving really good, so I was like, 'Okay, I'm gonna do something pretty good today,' and just happened to land some big bombs."

The victory served as a remarkable conclusion to Lawler's extraordinary 22-year career. While his run may have reached its peak years ago, he managed to seize a fairytale ending that few fighters ever achieve. As the article writer, I must personally salute Mr. Lawler, having had the pleasure of witnessing his exceptional career unfold.

In a sport where comebacks are all too common, let us hope that Lawler resists the allure of the 99% of fighters who fall prey to the temptation of un-retiring. His legacy, etched in the annals of mixed martial arts, stands as a testament to his unwavering dedication, relentless spirit, and indomitable will. Farewell, Mr. Lawler, it has been an honor to witness your awe-inspiring journey.


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