At one point, some started to wonder if Stephen Thompson still had it. But that quickly changed after his most recent performance. Heading into his fight against Vicente Luque this past November at UFC 244, Thompson (15-4-1 MMA, 10-4-1 UFC) was coming off back-to-back losses and had been knocked out for the first time in his career by former UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis. His performance against Luque ended up being one of the finest of his career, proving he’s still very much a player in the welterweight division

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At 37, Stephen Thompson says he’s as good as he’s ever been – if not better – MMA Junkie

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