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    TJ Grant has really impressed me at 155... Another great performance against a tough opponent in Wiman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcityroller View Post
    Agreed on all of the above. Clay Guida at one point was one of my favorite fighters. Now that he is with Greg Jackson....

    Hioki got screwed in this one. Dry-humping somebody for 2 rounds and getting outstruck for 1 round shouldn't equal a win.

    How about the bias with the commentating? They said that the striking was about even after the 1st round.... What fight were they watching?

    30-27 Guida.... Fire that judge right now. Literally. You can replace them with anybody in the crowd if they are that incapable of judging a fight.

    Let it be known that getting outstruck standing up and on the ground with no submission attempts doesn't mean you lose as long as you hug your opponent for at least 7 minutes.

    You can't blame Jackson for this. Guida has probably gotten better since going to Jackson's. Tonight the judges just butchered a decsion, nothing more.

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    TJ Grant making a statement. Awesome finish.
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    TJ Grant is a very solid fighter.

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    I like Matt Hughes and all but the piece they done on him.... Calling him the best Welterweight in the history of the sport and several calling him the best period.... I dont think so. Georges St. Pierre has already surpassed him at 170 and nobody in the UFC has come close to the level of dominance of Anderson Silva.

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    TJ Grant is nasty


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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcityroller View Post
    I like Matt Hughes and all but the piece they done on him.... Calling him the best Welterweight in the history of the sport and several calling him the best period.... I dont think so. Georges St. Pierre has already surpassed him at 170 and nobody in the UFC has come close to the level of dominance of Anderson Silva.
    Not only that but imo gsp has fought tougher competition
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    WOW, Lamas with a dominating performance!

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    My liver hurts from that kick yeesh

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    SHOWTIME!

    Uhh yea if he gets that rematch with Henderson... I'm taking Pettis to win.

    This was easily his best performance ever.

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    wow that was an asskicking. Thought Cerrone would win


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    Pettis is the most exciting fighter in the UFC to watch. I love the creativity, showtime knee right on the chin.

    Yea Henderson should be a bit terrified right now.

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    A fight between Melendez and Pettis would be excellent. Henderson has to get through Melendez first and that's going to be tough.

    Anyways the 155 division is so impressive right now. TJ Grant, Pettis, Melendez, hopefully Alvarez lol if he gets through the legal issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macattack View Post
    Not only that but imo gsp has fought tougher competition
    Thats what Im saying as well. Georges St. Pierre has had a better run against much tougher competition. Matt Hughes was dominant yes but at a time when the UFC wasn't even the biggest mma organization.

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