Originally Posted by Emericanaddict
Ive been on since his second fight. WAR AMIR STRAIGHT KICK THIS BOYS FACE IN. that being said im not jumping ship if he loses because he allready beat him once and if CB jsut lays on him all night afraid of submissions ill gain zero respect for him.
I dont see how CB can improve his game against Amir infact he allready said in an interview on the UFC website that he's going to use pretty mcuh the same tactics. I think Amir will be much more ready for it this time and take this one for sure.
I cant understand why Vegas still has him as the underdog.
If he plans to use the same tactics again he is going to get messed up, I mean, even though he probaly won the first two rounds of the first fight, he got SUBMITTED in the THIRD ROUND, which is a very hard thing to do, and it was one of the most difficult submissions possible that late in a fight, the reason why I say the arm-bar is one of the most difficult submissions to pull of in the third round is because both the fighters are very slippery from the sweat, and in this case, on top of the sweat there was also blood pooring from Amir's face. So I think he is an idiot to walk back in there and try to do the same thing when he will be the underdog now, because Amir is going to improve so much between the final episode and the finale. I predict an absolute ass whooping by Amir.
I see this going the way of AMIR WINNING IN LATE FIRST ROUND VIA SUBMISSION!
1. Georges St. Pierre
2. Andrei Arlovski
3. Jon Fitch
4. Brock Lesnar
5. Forrest Griffin
Officially on the Amir Sodollah Bandwagon. The kids entertaining as hell.
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