11/14/2010 4:50am, #21
Yeah, I see good things coming from Vemola after that. He's like a non-comical Brock Lesnar.Soon-to-be BJJ sandbagger?
11/14/2010 6:55am, #22
11/15/2010 12:45am, #23
i was really pleased to see kyle dedicate the fight to uncle lionel. he couldn't make it to the funeral last week because he was preparing for this fight.
11/15/2010 8:39am, #24
11/15/2010 10:07am, #25
Sadollah looked really great - technical, crisp, patient, smart, and he stuck with the game plan. I was really impressed with his performance.
I was surprised how much Marquardt / Okami didn't impress me. They both stated that they were going out there to impress after their last (boring) performances...I didn't see anything really Great about Nate, nor did I see Thunder from Okami. Too bad it was a headliner. Other fights were way better."Never trust a quote you read on the internet" - Abraham Lincoln
11/15/2010 11:28am, #26
IMO neither Okami nor Marquardt deserve a shot at Silva. Though it would be hysterical if he DQes himself against Okami again.
11/15/2010 11:41am, #27
I think, to begin with Silva will not get past Belfort.
And then, Belfort vs Okami will be what in Germany is called an "administration fight". - Depending on how Vitor wins against Okami, the UFC will know how to build his brand.
...Also, the real deal, I think, is the UFC's efforts to get on the Japanese market. I mean, two of the recent UFCs featured Japanese fighters as their main event, while other fighters get sidelined. A Japanese UFC champion would be a monumental step in that direction.
11/15/2010 11:44am, #28
11/15/2010 1:47pm, #29
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11/15/2010 1:57pm, #30
Well, obviously to DENNIS SIVER!!!
BECAUSE DENNIS SIVER IS THE MAAAAAAAAAA-AAAAAAN!!!
(I know he is a lightweight; it's just that I received about 15 calls or messages from pals and palettes asking where I train this "kickboxing with armbars"; and, WINNER, when Siver would fight that wrestler dude Brock LEHNSHERR. :toothy10:)