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  1. ADM is offline
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    This card is looking sick and is bound to be a good watch! Can't wait, mostly I'm interested to see if Junie is still as good as he was last fight or if he was only that 'good' because of his opponent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by selfcritical View Post
    Kampmann and condit are kind of big deals. Kampmann's got some of the most technical MT in MMA, and excellent submissions. Condit ripped the WEC welterweight rankings a new asshole, including a big candidate for fight of the year last year.

    In any organization other than the UFC, this would be the title fight. These guys are both incredibly talented and will likely be contenders within 2-3 fights.

    Kampmann

    Martin is former Cage Warriors middleweight champion(2005), FB-Submission Wrestling Tournament Champ +77 kg class(2004), Battle of the Vikings Thai Boxing Superfight Champ(2004) and Danish Thai Boxing Champion(2001).

    Condit is on an 8-fight winning streak

    Both of them have finished every fight they've ever won.

    What I don't get is if he's supposed to be such a great striker then why does it always seem that when good striking is happening in his fights he's the one receiving it? He was getting out everythinged by Mcfedries and didn't have much for Marquardt. He also hit Leitas with everything but the kitchen sink and couldn't put him down. Don't get me wrong; he's clearly a great fighter, but his stand up doesn't seem to be as good as other people claim.

    I think this will be a very even fight and will make it clear right away where these guys stand in the division. Tough fight for both guys just starting out at 170 in the UFC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Einstein McFly View Post
    What I don't get is if he's supposed to be such a great striker then why does it always seem that when good striking is happening in his fights he's the one receiving it? He was getting out everythinged by Mcfedries and didn't have much for Marquardt. He also hit Leitas with everything but the kitchen sink and couldn't put him down. Don't get me wrong; he's clearly a great fighter, but his stand up doesn't seem to be as good as other people claim.

    I think this will be a very even fight and will make it clear right away where these guys stand in the division. Tough fight for both guys just starting out at 170 in the UFC.
    I think that a lot of your question can be answered by the fact that especially Marquardt and McFedries are much harder hitters than Kampmann is. Especially Marquardt- good god, he looked thirty pounds bigger in that fight! O_o

    Kampmann has (to my memory) shown very precise and technical striking skills, which should serve him very well at 170, backed up by the strong submission game you mentioned. Condit should be a great test, as you said, and I'm surely looking forward to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Einstein McFly View Post
    What I don't get is if he's supposed to be such a great striker then why does it always seem that when good striking is happening in his fights he's the one receiving it? He was getting out everythinged by Mcfedries and didn't have much for Marquardt. He also hit Leitas with everything but the kitchen sink and couldn't put him down. Don't get me wrong; he's clearly a great fighter, but his stand up doesn't seem to be as good as other people claim.

    I think this will be a very even fight and will make it clear right away where these guys stand in the division. Tough fight for both guys just starting out at 170 in the UFC.
    Oh. That's easy. He's very technical but not very aggressive or explosive. He tags guys accurately, and hits his target, but has a problem with big-ass guys teeing off on him.

    Which is why welterweight should work out better for him......as long as he doesn't fight thiago alves.
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    Carlos Condit Vs. Martin Kampmann
    Efrain Escudero Vs. Jeremy Stephens
    Ryan Bader Vs. Carmelo Marrero
    Junie Browning Vs. Cole Miller
    Tyson Griffin Vs. Rafael dos Anjos
    Ricardo Almeida Vs. Matt Horwich
    Brock Larson Vs. Jesse Sanders
    Jorge Rivera Vs. Nissen Osterneck
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    Carlos Condit Vs. Martin Kampmann
    Efrain Escudero Vs. Jeremy Stephens
    Ryan Bader Vs. Carmelo Marrero
    Junie Browning Vs. Cole Miller
    Tyson Griffin Vs. Rafael dos Anjos
    Ricardo Almeida Vs. Matt Horwich
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kintanon View Post
    Hmmm. With Efrain on the sidelines I still say Stephens can't put an opponent away. If anything Tibau will beat him even worse than Efrain would have.
    did you miss the uppercut on dos anjos
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    Kampmann, Stephens, Bader, Miller, Griffin, Almeida, Larson, Rivera, Kimmons, Simpson, Steinbeiss

    And for the record, I see Stephens having a very successful career over the next decade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROCKABYE_norcal View Post
    did you miss the uppercut on dos anjos
    You mean the one where he teed off from like 12 feet away and swung around the entire fucking circumference of the earth before arriving on Dos Anjos chin like a fucking comet?
    Yeah... didn't catch that one...

    I don't see Tibau standing still in front of him long enough for that to happen....
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    Okay, Jeremy Stephens and Gleison Tibau are fighting at a catchweight of 158 pounds now because BOTH of them missed weight. Can anyone recall another time both fighters missed weight? It just seems pretty odd to me.
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