9/14/2007 11:02am, #1
- Join Date
- Jul 2007
- Salinas, Ca
Houston Alexander looks to be legit...
...and I'd like to see him fight the winner of Tito vs Evans. Either way it would be a great test of his so far untested ground game against a guy who has been proven to be a legit contender and who wouldn't likely wilt under Alexander's withering stand up assault. If Alexander gets pwnd then we know he needs to go back to the gym and round out his game. If either Tito or Evans (likely Tito, who I predict will beat Evans) gets pwnd then we know that Alexander is ready for top flight contenders. As a bonus, if it is Evans that fights and dominates Alexander then we know that he should be considered a top contender with a possible #1 contenders match in his near future (having recently beaten Tito and Alexander.)
9/14/2007 12:12pm, #2
LOL at this "legit" bullshit.Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
9/14/2007 12:14pm, #3
I think he might be a little TOO legit.
9/14/2007 12:17pm, #4
9/14/2007 12:40pm, #5
He's proven he's legit, but is he THE REAL DEAL?Tough is not how you act, tough is how you train.
9/14/2007 12:44pm, #6
9/14/2007 12:46pm, #7
Who cares. The real question is exactly how meteoric his rise will be.Knowing is not enough, you must apply...
...Willing is not enough you must do ~Bruce Lee
9/14/2007 12:49pm, #8
I think it was funny when congo beat cro cop, white comes on and says something like "We only have real fighters now, no more cans"....made me think of Alexander. I think alot of fighters got used to "fixed" easy matches and were caught by surprise by Gonzaga Alexandar and the likes.
9/14/2007 12:58pm, #9
9/14/2007 1:39pm, #10
- Join Date
- Nov 2006
- Lawrenceville, Ga
What about Elvis Sinosic, he's legit, right? J/K...Alexander is the real deal, he is one hell of a 205, he is light on his feet and agile as hell, with quick hands, and a sprawl. I'll see if I can find some of his old fights.