I'm always happy to discuss anything from hoops, to hockey, to reality TV with anyone that is polite no matter what their opinion. With that said if you are disrespectful poster please do not expect a reply.
Well something else to keep in mind is that as recently has his previous fight he was said to be using Testosterone.
Rampage was laughable. I figured he would get KTFO, but I'm glad he lost and hope he's out the door. Guy just doesn't take training serious enough (though he looked in good shape this time around).
Happy for Anthony Pettis. That's my guy and I've been watching him since WEC like some others. He's a very fun guy to watch and I would kill for a rematch against Hendo - Hendo must be dying for it.
Dodson and Mighty Mouse..What else can I say, the Flyweight is just so damn fast. Really exciting.
Nice finish by Bader. Good win to get him on track but he needs to be fighting guys a lot younger if he's expecting to get back in any type of talks for title fights
I don't get the over-excitement with Anthony Pettis. I mean he's really good, but to go on and say he's the best LW in the world right now is way too much. He dropped Cerrone, a guy who stands straight up and tries to bang with anyone, with no regard to gameplaning or anything of that kind.
As it was said earlier, I'd like to see him go up against another wrestler before he gets a title shot, cause he looked terrible against Clay Guida and that just tells me that this new and improved version of Bendo would just run through him.
would people take Pettis over Maynard?
The same thing happen in the Hioki fight. Guida was on the defensive the whole time, all he did was pin down Hioki and that was enough to win the fight.
By the way, in the first Bendo fight, Bendo was 3/10 in TD attempts. So getting Pettis down isn't so easy...
I can see you're his fan but come on, you can't say that you were pleased with that fight?
Also, Bendo has improved A LOT since their last fight, and he has fought more than Pettis did, and had tougher opponents, so I don't think it's gonna be the same fight as the first one.
And I'm not really a fan of either of those guys, just sharing my view.
A 'sharp' elbow is the ability of a fighter to repeatedly land precise strikes with the exact same 'point' of his elbow.
(I loved my Thai boxing classes)
Last edited by TopsyTurvy; 01-28-2013 at 02:50 PM.
In a rematch, I think we would see a different strategy from Pettis, but more importantly, a different result.
He would probably finish LAY Guida in a rematch.