Posted On:11/28/2004 10:41pm
Hoorah for Rampage's strike defense.
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Posted On:11/28/2004 10:56pm
Yeah I liked that... Was it like the crazy monkey or something?
Seemed to bamboozle Silva.......... for about a second.
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Posted On:11/30/2004 6:16pm
Crazy Monkey... You mean when his forearms keep popping up?
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Posted On:11/30/2004 6:18pm
Where he's holding onto his head (answering the phone) and using his elbows to deflect / attack Vanderlei's punces.
I don't know, it's just that's waht I understood the crazy monkey to be from reading about it...
Posted On:11/30/2004 6:43pm
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That fight was totally awesome. Saw it on Halloween. And yeah, Rampage's defense was sweet. That had me more excited than the end of the match.
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Posted On:11/30/2004 10:31pm
He couldn't defend against those knees...
Posted On:11/30/2004 10:54pm
A fighter can't defend nearly as well when he's stunned. In this case, Silva stunned Rampage with a punch, and when Rampage covered up, Silva took advantage and Thai clinched, and then knee'd. Other than this situation which couldn't be helped given Silva's power, I think Rampage defended himself relatively well.
Posted On:11/30/2004 11:26pm
Oh yeah, for sure, he did a great job. I just like knee KOs.
Posted On:11/30/2004 11:32pm
I can't disagree with you there!
Posted On:12/01/2004 6:55pm
TTT, because it's my best thread ever. What'd ya'll think of that knee and punch Rampage layed on SIlva when he finally got side control?
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