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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo Sigma View Post
    Vera's fought as a heavyweight before.
    right, but that was more than a year ago. He's permanently at LHW now. No chance he moves back to up fight guys that big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conde Koma View Post
    Is it just me or would it really help J-Lau if he picked up some takedowns from clinch? I just watched the fight and he kept shooting for a double that wasn't working at all.
    Damn it! Joe went down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conde Koma View Post
    Is it just me or would it really help J-Lau if he picked up some takedowns from clinch? I just watched the fight and he kept shooting for a double that wasn't working at all.
    Joe had Stout taken down and he controlled him as long as he could, and the fact that he could is saying something.

    Stout is badass. He has great hands, good power, continous cardio, and can take a beating! He also survived Joe's sub attemp which was half way there, and by all appearences seems to be a humble guy. Good representation of the Canadian workhorse, I cant help but like him.


    That said, GOOD JOB JOE!!!

    Tough ass opponent for your first fight post surgery. You had his number for a minute you just couldnt keep it up. I have no problem understanding his inability to sustain pace post surgery. It is very diffucult after your body goe s through so much, it just sucks to have something for an opponent but lose your engine.

    Was that not a beating at the hands of an very good striker that Joe took for minutes? It was a feat to have survived that long and I am immensely proud of him. Tough night for the family.

    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldk View Post
    the Paul Daley finish was murderous.

    Rough night for Hazelett! He did a good job of being long for a few minutes but KAPOW!!! all it took was one (or two, but that third and fourth were uneccessary). Too bad.

    Cheers Daley, look forward to more of your devastation. Dont think GSP is threatened, however, I would rather see Daley GSP than Hardy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hesperus View Post
    Thiago had to have been deliberately imitating Anderson a couple of times there.
    You are not supposed to imitate The Spider like that WHEN YOU ARE LOSING!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf View Post
    different weight classes.
    Durrrrrr. Forgot, sorry.

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    I wonder how much J-Lau had in him after the 1st round. It was day and night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nwp View Post
    You are not supposed to imitate The Spider like that WHEN YOU ARE LOSING!!
    eh, he was just trying to get some excitement into the fight, like a frustrated slice against a circling alexander.

    i whole-heartedly picked thiago to pull off the upset, just like i picked vera to upset couture, and just like vera, silva lost via "being an idiot when he needed to be a killer". was he gassed? sure, but all he had to do was push rashad over, get on top, and land a few strikes. didn't even have to be brutal g'n'p for a ref stoppage because rashad was hurt so bad.

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    Did I mis-hear, or did all three Judges give all three rounds to Stout? How the hell did Lauzon not win the first?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudOWNED View Post
    Did I mis-hear, or did all three Judges give all three rounds to Stout? How the hell did Lauzon not win the first?
    Stout not only escaped Lauzon's Kimura attempt (which was deep), he controlled the rest of the round by getting busy. Remember the liver shots?

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    You cannot possibly count a submission escape as a reason to score a round for a fighter, you cannot possibly.

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