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    Reem didn't look ripped like before thinking he isn't on roids right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AjBurnett View Post
    Reem didn't look ripped like before thinking he isn't on roids right now.
    I thought so too, it could be that he didn't cut that much water weight, but we all know this time, he cycled correctly.

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    I hate Reem that roiding pos. I hope he loses, and loses badly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knockturnal View Post
    I thought so too, it could be that he didn't cut that much water weight, but we all know this time, he cycled correctly.

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    i doubt he took anything this time, he cant risk it. still a big mofo just not as ripped.

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    I can't think of a bigger mismatch on this card than Big Foot vs. Overeem. I think Evans vs. Nogueira is a closer fight. I mean I really don't know how Big Foot is going to win this fight. I'm trying to come up with scenario's. He's too slow on his feet. He has no hand speed. He tires out quickly. Not only that but he's not going to have the size advantage like he did against his other opponents. I think this is a first round knockout for Overeem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zn23 View Post
    I can't think of a bigger mismatch on this card than Big Foot vs. Overeem. I think Evans vs. Nogueira is a closer fight. I mean I really don't know how Big Foot is going to win this fight. I'm trying to come up with scenario's. He's too slow on his feet. He has no hand speed. He tires out quickly. Not only that but he's not going to have the size advantage like he did against his other opponents. I think this is a first round knockout for Overeem.
    he's bigger than overeem just not stronger. i dont see how he wins either but if he can somehow gets full mount thats the only way i guess.

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    Why is Fitch on the main card??? WTF


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    Quote Originally Posted by zn23 View Post
    I can't think of a bigger mismatch on this card than Big Foot vs. Overeem. I think Evans vs. Nogueira is a closer fight. I mean I really don't know how Big Foot is going to win this fight. I'm trying to come up with scenario's. He's too slow on his feet. He has no hand speed. He tires out quickly. Not only that but he's not going to have the size advantage like he did against his other opponents. I think this is a first round knockout for Overeem.
    I think Volkman is the biggest favorite on this card. Not that he's going to excite the world on anything, but I expect another wrestling clinic with possible submission.

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    Why is Fitch on the main card??? WTF
    Because it's an absolutely fantastic fight. My fave of the card to be honest.

    Great overall card. Some very exciting fights. I won't catch this one live as I'm going to some local fights this eve.

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    Yup, I remember you were the one that loves a fighter smothering the other right?

    Fitch is god awful to watch he should stay in the FB card, he had an exciting fight the last time because he stood up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by papirico52 View Post
    Yup, I remember you were the one that loves a fighter smothering the other right?

    Fitch is god awful to watch he should stay in the FB card, he had an exciting fight the last time because he stood up.
    He might just want to keep this one standing if he knows whats good for him.

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    http://www.sherdog.com/news/articles...vs-Edgar-49487
    Sherdog.com touched base with a number of professional fighters and trainers to gauge their opinions on the UFC 156 “Aldo vs. Edgar” headliner:

    Mitch Clarke: I’m picking Aldo by decision or a late TKO. I think Frankie will lose his speed advantage going down in weight against a bigger, faster, stronger fighter.

    Jeff Hougland: I honestly can’t pick a winner here. I would say Aldo has the speed and athleticism going for him, but Edgar has the heart, skills and more big-fight experience. I’m just gonna sit back and watch two of the most talented guys in the sport do their thing, while being thankful Aldo is not kicking me in the leg and Edgar is not slamming me on my head.

    Andy Ogle: Aldo wins by unanimous decision. Frankie won’t give up and may be a burden for Aldo to deal with, but I see Aldo figuring him out and getting the majority of the rounds.

    Brian Foster: Let’s start by saying this is one hell of a fight. Jose has shown an amazing skillset since before his UFC days when he was in the now-defunct WEC. This kid can handle anything in this sport. He has the ability to knock you out from any position, and this fight has fast-pace, eventual-one-punch-knockout written all over it. Can Frankie ride his bike and pop shot his way to a victory or will he fall victim to the division’s most dangerous man? All I can say is this is a fight for the ages, and you would be crazy to miss it.

    Spencer Fisher: I’m not sure about this fight; it’s a tough one to call. They both have their own special skillsets, but I think the difference in the past between Jose’s opponents and Frankie is that Frankie has good footwork and you don’t know which direction he’s coming from. He can also dish out as much as he takes. On the flipside, Jose is the most well rounded striker in the 145-pound division and has fantastic takedown defense. I would give the edge to Frankie. He always figures out a way to win.

    Jason High: Hard for me to pick against either of these guys, but I think of all the people Aldo has fought, Frankie is the most complete. The only thing I’m concerned about is Frankie adjusting to the speed difference between weight classes.

    Danillo Villefort: I believe Frankie will not have enough power to handle Aldo. I believe Aldo will win by TKO.

    J.J. Ambrose: Edgar is the man. He’s one of the best come-from-behind fighters in the sport. His heart and speed enabled him to overcome much bigger fighters, winning him the title along the way. That being said, Aldo is Anderson Silva at featherweight. His precise striking and speed see him walk through most guys in the early rounds. I see Aldo winning via decision due to Edgar’s chin and unbreakable spirit not allowing him to be TKO’d.

    Ricardo Liborio: Toughest matchup for Aldo so far, but leg kicks can really complicate things for Edgar. Aldo wins by decision.





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    Benji Radach: Fun fight, but I gotta say Jose should be taking this one. The kid is pretty solid and has lots to bring to the table.

    Mike Ciesnolevicz: Edgar is a great fighter and athlete. In my opinion, he should probably still be the UFC 155-pound champ. The fights with Benson Henderson were tossups, and I think Frankie did enough to win those. The problem now is how do I pick against Aldo? He has won 11 straight fights in the WEC and UFC, with devastating wins over similar-style opponents to Edgar, like Chad Mendes, Urijah Faber and Mike Thomas Brown. I think Edgar will put up a spirited effort as always but will fall short to the explosiveness and well-rounded style of Aldo. Aldo wins by TKO in round two.

    Tom DeBlass: Edgar takes it. His relentless pressure and movement will wear down Aldo, as Frankie takes the unanimous decision.

    Tom Lawlor: Edgar wins. His footwork will be too much en route to a five-round decision.

    Jacob Volkmann: I’m rooting for Edgar.

    Ed Herman: I’m expecting a great fight. If Aldo gets his kicks and takedown defense, it’s going to be a third-round TKO for him. If Edgar uses his wrestling to control the fight, it will be a decision for Edgar.

    Johny Hendricks: I like Frankie in this one. I think he has the speed and the strength to compete with Aldo and has great wrestling and punching off his takedowns, as well.

    John Gunderson: What a great matchup. As long as Aldo does not gas on Frankie, he should be able to bust him up real bad and defend his belt.

    Mac Danzig: I believe the ouroboric snake will swallow its tail in this one.

    Robert Drysdale: Aldo wins.

    Kyle Kingsbury: Frankie wins by outlasting, outpacing and outwrestling Aldo.

    Eric Prindle: I like Frankie and Jose. I have all the respect in the world for them both, and they are phenomenal martial artists. I think Aldo will win, and leg kicks will be a factor.

    Nan Phan: I gotta go with Frankie. He’s the man.

    Cung Le: Edgar wins.

    Travis Wiuff: I’m taking Edgar by close decision in a potential “Fight of the Year.”

    Travis Lutter: I think Jose will win this one. His current unbeaten streak is a year longer then Anderson’s. I think Jose will utilize Thai kicks, and that will be the deciding factor in it.

    Mark Bocek: Aldo wins by decision.

    Zach Makoovsky: This is the upcoming fight I am most looking forward to. Aldo is one of the most talented guys out there, and I think this is a very difficult fight for Frankie. He has to be completely aware and not lose focus for 25 minutes. That said, I think Frankie survives some early scares and uses his pace and nonstop movement to frustrate Aldo and become a two-division champ.

    Caros Fodor: Gonna go with Edgar in this one. Even though Aldo is extremely dangerous, Edgar is very durable and has the ability to put Aldo on his back. Also, cardio is one of Edgar’s best attributes, and it seems to come and go with Aldo. I got Edgar winning by decision.

    Jason Dent: I believe Aldo will win this fight. He is just so accurate and deadly with his knees, elbows and low kicks. Frankie will have the wrestling advantage, but Aldo is a finisher. Aldo wins by TKO by or before the end of round four.

    Brock Jardine: People might think I’m crazy, but I’m going with Frankie on this one. Why? I’m going with him because of his wrestling and heart. Also, if I didn’t pick him, my teammate, Rad Martinez, would be very upset, as they were college teammates. It will be a brutal 25 minutes, but, in the end, Frankie will win a close decision. I predict a 48-47 unanimous decision.

    Dave Jansen: I got Edgar. Frankie’s wrestling abilities, his speed and the fact that he’s finally fighting at his natural weight should give him the edge.

    Pros Picking Aldo: 12
    Pros Picking Edgar: 12
    No Pick: 7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rylinkus View Post
    I think Volkman is the biggest favorite on this card. Not that he's going to excite the world on anything, but I expect another wrestling clinic with possible submission.



    Because it's an absolutely fantastic fight. My fave of the card to be honest.

    Great overall card. Some very exciting fights. I won't catch this one live as I'm going to some local fights this eve.
    Thats cool, Bellator 93 is heading to maine, just one thing your fav fighter M.Davis is fighting,lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnewkirk View Post
    i doubt he took anything this time, he cant risk it. still a big mofo just not as ripped.
    I bet he just cycled right.

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    Someone needs to fire Kim Winslow for screwing over Bobby Green... That was the worst stand up I have ever seen in MMA... He was in half guard landing elbows and punches on Volkman and she stands him up with 1:30 left, unbelievable!

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    Wow that was a terrible stand up by the ref.

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