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Old 11-15-2012, 03:35 PM   #72 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by TheLyotoLegion View Post
And Carwin can't? Carwin doesn't have bone crushing power? The guy who KO'ed 12 straight fighters in the first round including Gabriel Gonzaga a respected Heavyweight who fought for the title and knocked out Cro Cop and Frank Mir the former UFC Heavyweight Champion and with a different ref, probably finishes Brock Lesnar by TKO?

That's not MMAath that's just a fact, if Manhoef can do it, so can Carwin and if Sean McCorkle can sub him, so can Carwin.

Also, Kongo did not give Velasquez "fits" he hit him twice and dropped him twice and Cain trucked through and continued to rag doll Kongo, literally 98 percent of that fight is all Cain Velasquez rag dolling Kongo, except for the two punches that stumbled him.

Hunt is grossly overrated and his fans are in for a rude surprise in his next fight, especially if he fights Struve.
In a standup only fight Melvin can knock out more people then Carwin can. It's his combo of speed and power. Yeah he might get knocked out more in return but he is the more dangerous man to stand with. Let's not pretend the pure power of Carwin is more dangerous then the power, skill, speed and experience of Melvin. It's as silly as Dana White and other d-bags saying "Fedor got KO'd by a MW". Like Dan ******* Henderson isn't one of the best fighters to ever live with the power to knock out anyone in the world. Not to mention if you go off of weight alone that was one of the most "fair" fights of Fedor's career. Both statements are equally misleading.
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