5/14/2008 10:26pm, #1
TUF 7 Episode 7: Rampage Probably Shouldn't be a Judge
The Ultimate Fighter season Seven Episode Seven. This episode obviously named after an obscure cast member from Married With Children.
5/14/2008 10:34pm, #2
all i have to say is What fight was Rampage watching? Even if you somehow saw the first round for Schultz, and you'd have to be smoking crack, the second round was 10-8 for sure. Thus making in 19-18 Yarbrough. HOWEVER, Schultz only knocked Cale down once. The others were slips from overeager headkicks. Cale dominated that fight from about the half-way point of the first round on. Should have been a unanimous decision, not a majority decision.
5/14/2008 10:50pm, #3
The thread title should be "I bet you our fight don't go to no decision".Originally Posted by Goju - joe
5/14/2008 10:53pm, #4
Yeah, man, this season sucks fucking cock.
I see no fighters that are capable of beating even fucking Bisping, let alone lutter, franklin, SILVA, etc.
One, amir, YOU HAD A TRIANGLE. that boy was tight, your calf was right across his neck...why did you bring him into full guard? Are you dysfunctional? What the hell?
Two, Schultz...your left hand, i promise you, you can use it to punch with. Its ok, it won't bite.
Schultz had some damn good power, if only he knew how to set that punch up with some jabs...and FINISH. Potential, you have it...alas...
In regards to NO FUCKING TALENT this season, sure, i haven't seen the dolloway/whoever fight, but looking at dolloway, i dislike him. Bro, put yoru fucking lip down, ok? You can let that bad boy rest, you don't need to make gross ass facial expressions 24/7.
And another, i was expecting major Rampage Ortiz Vs Ken Griffin action going on this episode, but instead, all i get was sobby man drama...
Alas, tuf season 7, you dissapointed.
5/14/2008 11:13pm, #5
Mini-Rampage vs Mullethawk was the first match that went to the second round without either fighter being visibly gassed, so props to them for that, I guessUndisputed KING OF ASSHOLES.
5/14/2008 11:34pm, #6
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Amir is a beast and stayed calm under crazy pressure, I didn't get to catch the first round but saw it in the replays.
Schultz was kinda rude to Forrest afterward don't ya think.
5/14/2008 11:40pm, #7Originally Posted by danielson
And, look at it from Schultz p.o.v. he just fought had, and to him, Forrest was probably insulting him.
5/14/2008 11:45pm, #8
Amir's background is kickboxing. A triangle is very difficult for someone with limited BJJ to pull off when they're NOT getting pounded on. He looked like he had been work BJJ specifically for defense. If you watch he got his feet on the guys hips and pushed away a lot, and he did a nice job of climbing to control the other guys posture. He probably has very little BJJ, and rather than overwhelm him Forrest probably drilled the **** out of defensive tactics with him like those hoping to minimize damage while on the ground. What'dya know.... it worked. Wrestler-guy gassed and got KTFO'd.
5/14/2008 11:52pm, #9Originally Posted by Wolf
And i mean, if you train mma, you have some ground skills...how do you not know a triangle?
Bottom line, i don't see any of these fighters being well rounded enough for the UFC (yet)
5/15/2008 12:03am, #10
It's not that he doesn't know a triangle, it's that it's not a reflexive move. He was probably thinking "How the hell do I get up so I can knock this dude out?" not "What can I do from my back to win?" But, that shows his inexperience. I'm not counting any of these guys out yet. These guys will all fight on the finale. A lot can change between the show and their fight in the finale. That's when I'll make my final decision.
Well, except for Schultz. That dude just sucks. He trains at one of the best MT acadamies in the country and he looked terrible on his feet. I mean seriously, if he didn't say it himself I'd never believe he came from Sidyodtong (sp?).