HomeFight Shows · Fighter Talk Roy Nelson Pre-Fight Interview For Cheick Kongo Bout At UFC 159 Bruno April 26, 2013 Fight Shows, Fighter Talk 8 Comments ESPN talks to Roy Nelson about Cheick Kongo’s approach in the cage. Nelson says Kongo is a guy the pushes the rules in a bout. Tweet Pin It Tags:ESPN, Roy Nelson, UFC 159 UFC 159 Jones vs Sonnen Weigh-In Video And Results Live At 4pm EST Jon Jones vs Chael Sonnen War Of Words – UFC 159 Main Event Promo 8 Comments Danby April 26, 2013 Cheick Kongo is like the bob sapp of the ufc except he doesn’t throw the bouts, he actually just loses every bout. Why is roy fighting him anyways?! Log in to Reply kronickt April 26, 2013 @Dandy You realize that Kongo is 3-1-1 right now right??!! That being said! Nelson is gonna knock him the f*ck out son!!!! Log in to Reply Twana April 26, 2013 Roy Nelson is a true warrior. I see this congo guy will have a similar fate to what Mark Hunt did to him. Log in to Reply bareknuckles April 27, 2013 @Danby, you’re an ignorant *******. Log in to Reply Meshuggah79 April 27, 2013 I think Kongo will surprise and unsurprise us. He will surprise us getting a decision win, and unsuprise us delivering a really boring tie ups match getting the best by an inch and trying to not get KOed Log in to Reply bartonfisk April 27, 2013 People here talkin shit about Kongo probably have never watched him fight Cain. Is Cheick the only fighter from France on the UFC roster? Log in to Reply samsly April 27, 2013 Nelson is going to knock the black out of Congo, he’ll forget all his french and speak PROPER english that day… (I’m black for those racist ****s out there) – Just think Fatty Nel can handle Congo Log in to Reply jonnyx April 29, 2013 I love big Country. This dude tells it straight, and wins. Yeah sure, if he lost weight and put on some muscle he’d be even better, but I’m pretty sure thats not going to happen. He can win anyway but he’d prob stop losing these decisions if he did get in shape. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.