List them then.
So you assumed thats what I meant.....oh ok. You know what assuming does. Fedor still isnt a "striker".Quote:
I found your comparing Fedor's striking to Lesnar's striking (saying they looked pretty close) to be indicative of a lack of respect of Fedor's striking.
He isnt even a good striker. He is a big guy throwing punches.
I agree, however, it was a win via strike. Therefore it falls under that category. I also said that the numbers can be misleading. MISLEADING.Quote:
And the fact that he won by a strike doesn't mean he's a good striker was my point. Anyone can throw A punch. a professional level striking game is notably different.
Your posts ramble a bit and lack cohesion. You must admit that your last post was a bit hard to read. Kind of like in this one where you just typed in.....Quote:
And I know you said attempt. Is that perhaps why I ALSO said the word attempt? Why would you italicize the word (then repeat it in capitals)as if I had overlooked it? I used it myself. I USED IT MYSELF
Then started another sentence not about Fedor.
That has been handled. Vindication is mine.Quote:
Originally Posted by theotherserge
Randleman sucks balls, but his speed and strength compensate for his less than top notch wrestling.
As far as Brock's wrestling ability, aside from a very strong blast double, he doesn't seem to have much. It appears from the footage that I've seen that it's his blast double that took him to the NCAA championship and not much else.
Fedor's takedown defense is very very very good. I don't understand how you can say that he doesn't have much takedown D when the guys who took him down are Randleman and Coleman. Usually he manages some pretty stellar reversals mid takedown and ends on top. He's also much more active on the bottom than Mir is, using a foot on hip/closed guard, and a hell of a lot more head movement than Mir's ****-ass lockdown produced.