I have emotions.
Posted On:5/15/2012 5:06pm
Style: Shoulders Rehabs. Plurals
Heavyweight GP Final: Josh Barnett vs. Daniel Cormier
Lightweight: Gilbert Melendez (c) vs. Josh Thomson
Light Heavyweight: Rafael Cavalcante vs. Mike Kyle
Welterweight: Nah-Shon Burrell vs. Chris Spang
Lightweight: Gesias Cavalcante vs. Isaac Vallie-Flagg
Light Heavyweight: Virgil Zwicker vs. Guto Inocente
Light Heavyweight: Gian Villante vs. Derrick Mehmen
Welterweight: Quinn Mulhern vs. Yuri Villefort
Lightweight: James Terry vs. Bobby Green
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Posted On:5/15/2012 9:51pm
Cool can't wait Barnett is awesome
Posted On:5/17/2012 7:47pm
Bets are up.
Posted On:5/17/2012 8:09pm
Style: Kyokushin Karate / BJJ
Thanks for this post up, looking forward to it!
Posted On:5/19/2012 3:09pm
I wish Cavalcante vs. Vallie-Flagg was on the main card instead of Burrell but still, great card! Looking forward to it. Barnett has been my pick since the Grand Prix started and I'm not changing it now.
Posted On:5/20/2012 10:48am
Style: TKD/ BJJ/Kickboxing
It was good I was real worried about Melendez Josh put him through the paces big time. The main event was equally great Cormier is outstanding. To me he's one of the smartest fighters in mma, sometimes when he has a round in the bag. He'll let the fighter push him to the cage and wrap up for the last minute of the round. His striking was so dead on compared to when I saw him at rage in the cage it unbelievable. So now he heads to UFC if some of you would kindly confirm I'm sure.
Posted On:5/23/2012 10:44am
Style: Traditional Mix
Have to admit, I have enjoyed watching Cormier in past fights and thought him being brought into the Grand Prix was a great idea. What I did not expect was how easily he handled Barnett. Big things are coming for that guy!
His heart was visible, and the dismal sack that maketh excrement of what is eaten.
Posted On:5/23/2012 12:09pm
Agreed. Cormier has looked very impressive. Nobody's perfect though. I always like watching guys whose puzzle hasn't been solved yet. Somebody solves it, others exploit that weakness and that fighter ceases to appear invincible. Dos Santos is in the same boat at the moment.
Posted On:5/23/2012 7:34pm
Did anyone else think that Josh got robbed from a decision victory over Gilbert?
... I dunno, apart from the **** commentary, I just thought Josh did 'More' to win that bout. Don't get me wrong though it was close.
Posted On:5/23/2012 8:09pm
Style: Ex-Tiger KF, ex-SanDa
Loved Barnett/Cormier. Two of my favs.
Cormier's hands + his wrestling = big trouble for a lot of the hw division imo
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