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    I believe UFC judges are also requires to score below average in an IQ test and an eye exam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason123 View Post
    I re watched it and Wren definitely landed the most damaging shots of the fight.
    Cheese hit Wrens arms 80% of the fight.

    If you think the shots cheese landed were "significant" then you should watch it again
    Wren was throwing a lot of wild punches and a lot were missing in the second round. Roy was just dodging Wren's punches and jabbing. Roy hit Wren a lot more than Wren hit Roy. I don't think you should get points for just running into someone's fists, even if it is being aggressive.

    I have to ask. When you watch movies, do you think the actors actually hit each other?

    I was kind of daydreaming during the first couple minutes of the fight. I thought Wren hurt Roy with that combination, but after watching the replay it seemed like only 1 maybe 2 strikes were good. I do like that Wren pushed the action though.

    Roy won that fight. Even if it went to the 3rd, Wren couldn't do anything.

    After listening to Dana talk ****, I kind of hope Roy wins a really boring ass fight in the finale just to **** with Dana a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason123 View Post
    I re watched it and Wren definitely landed the most damaging shots of the fight.
    Cheese hit Wrens arms 80% of the fight.

    If you think the shots cheese landed were "significant" then you should watch it again
    Look at Wren's face after the fight (red, swollen and jacked) then look at Roy's (untouched) and then tell me again who landed the more damaging shots.

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    Rd 1 was close but Roy landed more clean shots. Wren was aggressive and threw a lot but whiffed on most of them.

    And I love Dana, but seriously doood STFU about Nelson. The guy wins and fights smart.

    I HATE when people try to put on shows, it usually ends up as ultimate Kickboxing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raging Monkey View Post
    Roy has no kicks and no take downs, he is all boxing.
    LOL

    You've never seen Roy fight outside TUF, have you?

    Never mind that he took down Monson, Brandon Vera, and Arlovski...
    Undisputed KING OF ASSHOLES.

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    Roy's simply creatively lazy. He's doing the absolute bare minimum to see himself in the finals and it's infuriating Dana White because it makes for shitty television.

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    Ah, I love it when I get treated to a bout of "Ultimate Boxing" (not even "Ultimate Kickboxing"!) It's sooooo exciting. Seriously, what was with this fight? You have a (almost?) world class wrestler fighting a BJJ black belt and there was no grappling, very little clinch work and about 2 kicks thrown. Yes, yes, I know how it works. Nelson "couldn't" take Wren down and Wren was "afraid" of Nelson's submissions. So they both kept it standing. Blah, blah. Boring ass fight. Or at least, no more exciting than a no-name undercard fight on a Showtime boxing special. And I'm not much of a boxing fan.

    I gave the fight to Wren based on... gut feeling. He just seemed more aggressive and looked to me like he was landing more. But I wasn't counting punches or nothin'. Surprising, I admit, since there was really little else to do when watching the fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phrost View Post
    I had it 19, 19 too but I wasn't watching with a judge's eye for the most part.
    And that would be a closed eye?

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    Every season of TUF should start with a 30 day cardio camp. Then they wouldn't have such low-energy fights.

    I think Roy's being smart, even though it's boring as hell to watch. He seems to bring up his game depending on his opponent. Hopefully the next round will bring out some action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason123 View Post
    I re watched it and Wren definitely landed the most damaging shots of the fight.
    Cheese hit Wrens arms 80% of the fight.

    If you think the shots cheese landed were "significant" then you should watch it again
    You might be confused. While Wren has blonde hair, he is not Guile from street fighter so the thunderous whiffing of Wren in the 2nd round did not cause sonic booms, which would have been the only way Wren's punches would have hurt Nelson.

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