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Old 11-03-2006, 02:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Are the winners of this show going to be considered "Winners"?

Look at it this way, Matt Serra has no striking ability and cant finish a guy worth a crap, he would stand no chance against someone of the likes of Matt Hughes or GSP, if Serra loses, he'll probably be done in the UFC, period. The only thing he has coming to him is an ass kicking and a one way ticket back home. BACK TO LONG ISLAND BABY!

To be honest Lytle is a better match-up for GSP or Hughes, however he doesnt stand a good chance either. He also doesnt have the name like Matt Serra does, so if (when) Lytle loses his title shot, he's DEFINITELY done in the UFC.

As for the middleweights....god help them, that's all I have to say.

Lutter will probably eat a knee and get his ass knocked out and if Cote doesnt get knocked out he's going to get submitted because he has no ground game. Silva is way too well rounded for these guys.

Bottom line is Lytle is the only well rounded fighter of the 4, and Hughes/GSP is twice the fighter he is. They get their hundred grand but are they aware of the ass kicking they are going to receive later down the road?
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