Rob Thomas calls out Chris Camozzi for New York showdown in December
Tuesday, Aug 29 2017 by John O'Regan
Fresh off his KO win over Warren Thompson at GLORY 44 CHICAGO, Robert Thomas is looking to be the first GLORY middleweight to welcome UFC veteran Chris Camozzi to the organization.
“I hear Camozzi needs an opponent in December, I’d love that one so let's set that up. Madison Square Garden versus Chris Camozzi, let’s do it!” he said in his post-fight interview.
Recalling how his stunning KO win came together, Thomas revealed that he felt like he had to score a stoppage in the final round because his corner told him he was down on the scorecards.
“I knew the first two rounds were close and my cornerman said we need a 10-8 to really secure it, so I told myself I was going to go and get the KO. I left it to the last minute but I came through in the clutch!” he says.
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Four-man tournaments are the standard, with eight-man tournaments also staged on occasion. The tournaments take one of two forms: either they are World Championship Tournaments, with the division's world title on the line, or they are 'Contender' tournaments, with the winner earning a spot in the next upcoming World Championship Tournaments.
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