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    It's the one big predicament in US MMA that the most dominant fighter never wins. The high school wrestler wins.

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    youre fucking crazy if you think that pettis was in any way dominant in that fight. what exactly did he do apart from have good wrist control? seriously? he got taken down and roughed up for 15 minutes and did **** all else, hell Guida seemed to land more standing up as well, apart from that single ugly left high kick.

    I am a big hater of lay n pray, but even so I cant help but cheer for Guida. that dude puts the insane in insane cardio.

    I didn't think Nijem would win that fight so no surprise there, biggest surprise had to be chris cope. where the **** did that come from, he sucked ass on the show.

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    I don't think it was a case of Cope suddenly being better, O'Neill did absolutely nothing and Cope took advantage, the more I think about it the more I think O'Neill threw the fight (gasp!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    youre fucking crazy if you think that pettis was in any way dominant in that fight. what exactly did he do apart from have good wrist control? seriously? he got taken down and roughed up for 15 minutes and did **** all else, hell Guida seemed to land more standing up as well, apart from that single ugly left high kick.

    I am a big hater of lay n pray, but even so I cant help but cheer for Guida. that dude puts the insane in insane cardio.

    I didn't think Nijem would win that fight so no surprise there, biggest surprise had to be chris cope. where the **** did that come from, he sucked ass on the show.
    Guida vs Guido was an entertaining fight,
    but I still wish it would have gone to a finish.

    Also, my critique was not so much of that fight, but of UFC in general.

    (Lost JMMA fan forever, can't help it.)

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    I really wanted to see Tony Ferguson get beat up but alas.

    I think Nijem was the most likeable interesting character on the show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    I didn't think Nijem would win that fight so no surprise there
    No, the surprise was how handily he was outwrestled before getting ktfo.

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    I really hope Nijem gets signed. That fight really bummed me out the whole day.

    Chuck was disappointing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siniq View Post
    I really hope they sign both Tony Ferguson and Ramsey Nijem. Also Roop's KO was awesome. Haven't seen a body shot KO since who knows when. Anyone else get the urge to kick Mike Goldberg in the face? Seriously he needs to get fired.
    I want to kick him in the face every time he says a sentence backwards. So that would be dozens of times a fight.




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    I second Alex's comments. I thought Guida controlled the whole fight, and Pettis put himself in a position where the only way he could win would be a submission. Also, I was impressed with Cope too. He punched a lot on the show, but they didn't seem to have anything on them. I thought he showed a lot more power. Last, Yoda apparently can't spell either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golem View Post
    I second Alex's comments. I thought Guida controlled the whole fight, and Pettis put himself in a position where the only way he could win would be a submission. Also, I was impressed with Cope too. He punched a lot on the show, but they didn't seem to have anything on them. I thought he showed a lot more power. Last, Yoda apparently can't spell either.
    Yoda thinks repeating the M would be a wasted effort.

    I like watching Guida fight, purely to see his level of cardio - It's not that he's that skilled, he just has decent wrestling and a kind of Tazmanian Devil approach. I wonder how Ben Henderson and Donald Cerrone will do with him. If Cerrone will even fight him.

    I was exceedingly sad that Tony won too. Good KO, full credit to him for the win, but I wish he'd gotten his ass whipped. Or dropped the trophy on his toe at least.
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