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Old 07-08-2013, 05:17 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SimiusDei View Post

Or, he could adopt the GSP plan of grease and hold them down for five rounds dry humping them because judges scores in relation to lay and pray are ridiculous.
You troll, grease and lay n pray, go watch a fight again, its called active G'N'P

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Originally Posted by dlxrevolution View Post
As much as I hate to admit, Weidman winning the belt is the best thing for the middleweight division. So many hungry contenders to test himself against, Machida might drop now, and I could also see Rory moving up.

If he continues to dominate, there could be talks of a superfight between Weidman and Jones. I feel that is much more likely to happen than Jones/Silva ever was.
I agree, Weidman's biggest threats aren't in the MW currently, Machida is elusive and could pose a problem (atleast Silva engages and doesn't back away and counter) and Rory could likely move, he just seems to be cut from the same mold as Weidman and could pose a few problems given his all around skill-set
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