12/28/2007 10:51am, #11
WAR KENNY FLORIAN. WAR.
I'm with KenFlo all the way on this one. I mean, I have to be.
12/28/2007 11:07am, #12
So K-Flo is "well-spoken" while J-Lau is... a scrappy "underdog?"
12/28/2007 11:13am, #13Originally Posted by Judah Maccabee
12/28/2007 11:19am, #14KenFlo is most likely to win, that makes J-Lau the underdog.
12/28/2007 11:25am, #15
Kenny's not like those other black belts, with their pants drooping and always "rapping" about their "hoes." He's one of the good ones. You know, clean, well-spoken . . . . oh God, that didn't come out right. I apologize.
I'm not prejudiced or anything. No, really, some of my best friends are BJJ black belts. You can ask anybody!
12/28/2007 11:26am, #16
Not to derail too much, but I started at Tim Burrills. I think he and his school are great.There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.
12/28/2007 11:28am, #17Originally Posted by Judah Maccabee
12/28/2007 11:48am, #18Originally Posted by The Question
12/28/2007 2:50pm, #19Originally Posted by Kintanon
I train at Kenny's school, and am therefore obligated to support him. Also, he's the best 155lb fighter around.
12/28/2007 3:02pm, #20
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I never really like Ken-to-the-Flo for some reason, but I have to say he is the favorite in this fight. I think he is much more well rounded, and he has a bunch of octagon experience. That being said, I want J-Lau to win. We'll see how well BJ and his staff are preparing him, but honestly, I think he has no place to go in this fight.
edit: I just wanted to add that I am really pulling for Joe in this fight.