Filed under: Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos ATLANTA – Michael Graves is a perfectionist. The UFC welterweight is unbeaten in his professional career and coming off a second-round submission win over Randy Brown at UFC on FOX 19, but still, he’s not satisfied. Graves (6-0 MMA, 2-0 UFC) was relatively unenthusiastic about the way he beat Brown. He said he’s always searching for bigger and better, and he hopes to accomplish as much on Saturday when he faces Bojan Velickovic (14-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC) at UFC 201. “A lot of guys win and get up and think they’re king of the world,” Graves told MMAjunkie. “Just because you win doesn’t mean there aren’t improvements to be made.

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UFC 201′s Michael Graves unsure any performance can satisfy ‘nitpicky’ self – MMA Junkie

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