Posted On:7/15/2009 2:07pm
Style: Pekiti, ARMA, other stuff
Originally Posted by jnp
If the fight does happen, will Carwin be able to avoid Lesnar's takedown? Lesnar knows and understands that at his present skill level, a takedown followed by ground and pound from the top is his best strategy.
So does Carwin have the wrestling chops to stuff Lesnar's takedown and keep the fight standing? I ask because I haven't seen any of his fights.
He was a div II champion, and he was able to get back to his feet with a Mundials winner on top of him after knocking him silly. I was under the impression Gonzaga is known for his top game.
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Posted On:7/15/2009 3:54pm
Style: Novice Sub Grappler
Originally Posted by diesel_tke
It's the newest thing! Traditional MMA!!
Traditional MMA was born the day they started selling TapouT at the mall.
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Posted On:7/15/2009 4:12pm
Style: Judo, BJJ
Originally Posted by hpr
Thanks. That's what I kind of figured out. How does that system react to so called late bloomers? Div 1 schools snatch over the top greats from div 2 schools next year via better scholarships? Or, at least in something like wrestling that just doesn't make colleges / universities that big bucks they'll generally stay in the div 2 school no matter how great they are?
EDIT: Good English once again.. Oh well. I'm just interested in probability of finding excellent, top of the line (even potential Olympians) from div 2.
I don't know about wrestling but I've seen some monster Rugby players come out of Div II and Div III schools.
Div I school will grab the "best" but "best" is often subjective and the college scene is a far cry from High School.
I do not aspire to be great, or even good, I hope to suck a little less then last class.
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