11/06/2011 8:10am, #11
11/06/2011 10:11am, #12
- Join Date
- Feb 2008
- Jiu Jitsu/Kick Boxing
From my perspective if it stands it's Leben. If Munoz gets on top he has the advantage. I give munoz a lot of credit after seeing his fight with Maia
11/06/2011 11:25am, #13
11/06/2011 11:32am, #14
Ah yes, a civilized hour for once. Just back from the Fireworks displays on the Heath. I thought "One Punch" Pickett did very well to survive that kick to Head and position himself to respond. He'll come again and I look forward to it (I've seen him before on Cage Rage UK).
I was impressed by John Maguire. Very entertaining and a joy to watch such effective Groundwork.
All in all. An enjoyable card.
11/06/2011 12:35pm, #15
Great card, most enjoyable.
11/06/2011 1:27pm, #16
I was pleased by the gladiatorial festivities in honor of my birthday.
A better card live than it was on paper.
What do you think, will we see Muņoz against Silva next?
11/06/2011 1:58pm, #17
Not just yet, no.
11/06/2011 4:11pm, #18
Yeah, you're right. The buzz is just too big.
So, Muņoz against the winner of Bisping vs Miller for a title shot, I guess.
It might sound ridiculous to you just now,
but I predict this guy to be either the next welter or MW champion at the end of next year:
11/06/2011 4:30pm, #19
11/06/2011 4:39pm, #20
I think, even with the long pause, Bisping has nothing against Miller.
Bisping's last convincing performance was against Denis Kang,
and that was when Kang had just lost his wife.
Miller, for all I know, he can hand him a second Hendo.