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Old 06-19-2008, 02:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by bbjd7 View Post
So what should they do. Should they just declare Amir the winner. Should they have just let Tim fight him in the finale?

C.B. beat the most expierenced fighter in Tim and honestly there is no doubt if CB wins that they will do a rematch. Amir needs to fight someone in the finale and he and C.B. were obviously close skill wise.
It's a tough call. Honestly, I think CB was the best fighter in the house, but in MMA the best guy doesn't always win. Giving him another shot at Amir is fine, but I don't think it's cool to have the contract on the line in their rematch. Amir beat him, it's baisically like that win didn't matter.

BTW, I think AMir vs. Tim would be a way more entertaining fight than Amir vs. CB 2.
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