World Series of Fighting welterweight Ben “Phoenix Jones” Fodor is refreshingly honest when he looks at his fight career. When he’s doing well, he’ll acknowledge it as many other fighters would. When he’s not doing well, he’ll be more than happy to point it out, even when others might not. Against Roberto Yong last September at WSOF 23, Fodor believes the fight was out of his control up until the moment he pulled off a first-round submission. “It was interesting because I don’t know how much of that fight I was winning before I finished that guy,” Fodor told MMAWeekly.com

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