I'm gonna take two examples : Lawler and Arlovski. Both are "old" fighters in term of mileage. Lawler has been fighting since 2001 and Arlovski since 1999. That's quite some time ago folks. Both have had tremendous improvements more than 10 years after their first pro fight. That's usually the time where your body start to feel punishment more significantly. In the case of Robbie -who is 27-10- he went on to defeat almost all top contenders of the division and is now the champion 15 years after his first pro fight... Did you have a look at the power he was putting behind his shots against Carlos ?? In a 5 rounds fight ? I mean this guy is an animal... Now i know fighters can improve, make adjustments in their training, diet etc etc.. But can someone explain to me these late career resurgences (or transformations) in a sport where so much punishment is endured by the body through time ? We, as fans who pay to see fights, can legitimately question ourselves about these kind of physical phenomenons... What you think guys?