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    WAR KENNY FLORIAN. WAR.

    I'm with KenFlo all the way on this one. I mean, I have to be.

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    So K-Flo is "well-spoken" while J-Lau is... a scrappy "underdog?"

    Hahahahaha.

    GO JOE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judah Maccabee
    So K-Flo is "well-spoken" while J-Lau is... a scrappy "underdog?"

    Hahahahaha.

    GO JOE.
    The UFC is selling it as usual. But KenFlo did commentary for the Ultimate Fight Night 6, so it is known that he is well spoken. J-Lau is known for mauling opponents in emphatic fashion, so he is scrappy. KenFlo is most likely to win, that makes J-Lau the underdog.

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    KenFlo is most likely to win, that makes J-Lau the underdog.
    Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat.

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    Kenny's not like those other black belts, with their pants drooping and always "rapping" about their "hoes." He's one of the good ones. You know, clean, well-spoken . . . . oh God, that didn't come out right. I apologize.

    I'm not prejudiced or anything. No, really, some of my best friends are BJJ black belts. You can ask anybody!
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    Not to derail too much, but I started at Tim Burrills. I think he and his school are great.
    There is no cheating, there is only jiu-jitsu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judah Maccabee
    Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat.
    Kenny is going to win. I said Kenny is going to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Question
    J-Lau is going to win. I said J-Lau is going to win.
    Fixed your spelling error.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kintanon
    Fixed your spelling error.
    **** that.

    I train at Kenny's school, and am therefore obligated to support him. Also, he's the best 155lb fighter around.

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    I never really like Ken-to-the-Flo for some reason, but I have to say he is the favorite in this fight. I think he is much more well rounded, and he has a bunch of octagon experience. That being said, I want J-Lau to win. We'll see how well BJ and his staff are preparing him, but honestly, I think he has no place to go in this fight.

    edit: I just wanted to add that I am really pulling for Joe in this fight.

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