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Old 09-14-2008, 10:44 PM   #29 (permalink)
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I have never bought into the Serra hype. If it wasn't for him being champ for a period of time, there is no way he would be considered a top 10 WW like he is now. I'm not saying his win was a fluke, but GSP showed what should have happened back in April. After reading this thread, I would say Serra may have some of the most overrated striking in the division. Before the first GSP fight, would anyone have even considered him dangerous on his feet? Heavy hands alone doesn't make a good striker.
Even though I hate Hughes, I don't want to see the greatest champion of all time in the UFC go out with 3 losses in a row. I think he pounds on Serra for 3 rounds taking a UD or 3rd round TKO. The only way I see Serra winning is a big KO (which is probable) or his pateneted foot stomps against the cage, lol.
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