a lot of dirty boxing and elbows in this fight which I think benefited Gruetzemacher, initially Lauzon was having success on the outside backing his opponent up. Then for some reason he started initiating clinches then it went down hill. It would probably be wise for Lauzon to move into a coaching/training position as it is obvious the damage from those fight of the night's are taking a toll. Gruetzemacher needs to tighten up his defense that walk through 3 to land one strategy might get you to a title but there will come a point where you suddenly can't do that anymore. Fun to watch at least but he doesn't seem like a promotion guy so he will have to go through a lot more fighting to get to upper echelon, if your strategy is to take damage to get a position to apply your own it doesn't make for a long fight career.