T3h R34l Gangnam Style!
Posted On:8/10/2009 8:27am
I've been telling people for a while now that Brian hits harder than anyone else in the division, and is as talented as anyone there as well. Now there's no arguing the point. I'm pretty sure we'll see an immediate or at least very fast rematch though.
Posted On:8/10/2009 9:54am
Style: BJJ, JJJ and JKD
I grow more and more impressed with Bowles everytime I see him!
And Curran got shafted imo.
Posted On:8/10/2009 12:27pm
Style: MMA, BJJ, CMD, TKD, FMA
Simply amazing fight by Brian. He hits like a truck, and finally didn't end a fight with a standing mounted guillotine! Hehe, awesome stuff, and a huge thing for Rory and Andy's gym!!
Btw, Dominick Cruz... getting more and more impressed with that guy, although I'm not sure why he didn't mix up his striking with some down the pipe (although, it worked for him heh).
Posted On:8/10/2009 1:30pm
Style: San Shou
Originally Posted by Raging Monkey
And Curran got shafted imo.
How so? Mizugaki dealt more damage, and had more control over the fight. All Curran had were a few failed sub attempts.
Submitting 1d6 Investigators per round
Posted On:8/10/2009 1:55pm
Style: ZHOO ZHITSU
If you ignored Mir's ridiculous pro-Curran cheerleading it was pretty clear that Curran narrowly won the third round and lost the first two.
Undisputed KING OF ASSHOLES.
Posted On:8/10/2009 2:14pm
See, I saw him narrowly winning the 2nd and convincingly winning the 3rd.
I agree with Mir that the judges ignore it when a guy fighting from the bottom is completely owning the guy on top. Mizugaki landed almost no shots, while Curran was actually landing fromt he bottom in addition to multiple sub attempts.
Posted On:8/10/2009 2:45pm
Mizugaki got 1 for sure. Rd 2 could go either way. I couldn't even call it. Curran won 3 hands down.
Posted On:8/10/2009 3:02pm
Style: The Sweet Science
The first two fights were great match ups, although I disagreed with the judges in both cases. Massouh came back from being rocked to dominate the fight; it's just a shame he didn't hold onto that choke. I'm not sure why he let it go because it sure looked good.
That didn't bother me as much as the Mizugaki-Curran fight though. I'll give the first round to Mizugaki but I don't ever remember seeing anyone dominate a fight from the bottom the way Curran did. Curran nullified the GnP and was constantly threatening to end the fight via submission. Rounds 2 and 3 were all Curran and if the fight had been just a little longer he would have finished Mizugaki. Obviously the judges can't get past the idea that the fighter on top must be winning even when the fighter on the bottom is clearly dictating the pace of the fight, is more active, and is doing more to finish his opponenet.
It was great to see Bowles win, especially after all the **** Torres was talking. You've gotta love a fighter that comes out to Johnny Cash :p
Posted On:8/10/2009 10:09pm
Nulllified the GnP? He took shots the whole time.
Posted On:8/10/2009 10:38pm
I don't really understand how you can say Curran controlled the fight from the bottom when Mizugaki would stand up, and rather than escaping this domination from the bottom, come back for more. How does "He keeps coming back to hit me" = "I am totally controlling him" ?
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