“I’m not OCD about it, but I definitely set goals, and I’m smart about my future, that’s for sure,” Schaub recently told SI.com.
“That would be five wins straight. If I can beat Nogueira convincingly in his own backyard, I think you look at the layout of the heavyweight division, and I’ve got a good argument for [a title shot].”
Who Schaub could potentially face for the title won’t be decided until November, when heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez is scheduled to make his first title defense against Junior dos Santos at UFC 139.
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