beneil-dariush-ufc-fight-night-39 The UFC loves fighters who fight as though wins and losses don’t matter, and it tends to keep them around longer than those who are chiefly concerned with walking away victorious.

Fighters such as Clay Guida, Diego Sanchez and Bobby Voelker are just a few who’ve eluded the chopping block due to a fan-friendly style. Those who’ve bored audiences have been shown the door upon their first setback.

So far, lightweight [autotag]Beneil Dariush[/autotag] hasn’t even had to concern himself with the repercussions of a loss. in January he extended his unbeaten streak to seven fights with a first-round submission win over Charlie Brenneman.

Dariush, a decorated submission grappler, is on quite a hot streak. Since his professional debut in 2009, he hasn’t gone to the scorecards. He thinks there’s a reason for that.

“It’s the fact that I don’t really know how to fight for a decision,” he told MMAjunkie…

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