I was of the group of people that thought, for sure, Glover would just stand with Rampage for a couple of mins and then focus on grappling eventually going for the finish via submission or TKO after heavy ground and pound. Now, Rizzo is a regular training partner of Glover, will be on his corner against Quinton and, from this short interview, seems to hint that the plan is to stand with him. I mean, he is always looking for the KO in his fights and swings with bad intentions but could be more dangerous in this fight. http://portaldovaletudo.com.br/br/noticias/item/4143-rizzo-comenta-lutas-de-aldo-e-glover-e-diz-%E2%80%9Cpez%C3%A3o-pode-chocar-como-fez-com-fedor%E2%80%9D I will resume what Pedro says, translated: - 'Glover is ready, not only for Rampage but also to become champion eventually, I expect a lot from him.' - 'It's going to be a dangerous striking fight for Glover, but Glover's hand will be the one that connects and not Rampage's. The one that lands first will knock the other down, and I'm hoping Rampage will be the one falling.' He also predicts Glover could shortly be in the top 5 and, step by step, closing slowly to a title shot. Was invited to be part of some of the trainings at ATT and expects a Bigfoot upset against Overeem plus a great fight between Aldo and Edgar. Do you guys expect Glover to keep it standing and look for a stand up war? I think he'll only try and take it to the ground if he feels in danger, could be after the first exchanges or later on.