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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-06-2011, 07:01 AM Thread Starter
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If Cung Le is Looking for a Fight, Keith Jardine Is More Than Happy to Accept

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Just looking out there, they need to get a fight for me, and it needs to be a big named guy, I want it to be a big named guy. Looking at Strikeforce seeing who they’ve got and there’s not much bigger than Cung Le. I thought that would be a great match-up,” säger Jardine.
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-08-2011, 04:04 AM
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What weightclass would this be at? This match has bad idea written all over it. Jardine is basically asking for a fight with a light middleweight and he's a lightheavyweight.

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What weightclass would this be at? This match has bad idea written all over it. Jardine is basically asking for a fight with a light middleweight and he's a lightheavyweight.
Jardine has been talking about moving to middleweight, so I'm pretty sure that's where it would be.
I actually like the fight & think it would be interesting. If Jardine was to strike with Le he would get ktfo easy. I do believe that Jardine should outwrestle him and win tho.

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Oh, I didn't know that. Yeah, I have to agree that this would be a good fight. Though I'm not sure Jardine's wrestling is that superior.

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I would definitly watch this fight. Cung Le would use his footwork and speed to stay away from TDs and use his hands and feet to demolish Jardine by either the end of R1 or midway through R2.




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Jardine via nipple twist
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Yeah, that nipple twist thing is funny. It would definately be an interesting fight to watch. Though I think Le would win.

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post #8 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-08-2011, 06:52 PM
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Jardine would have to duck down, shoot for the legs, and hope for the best as soon as the bell rings if he wants a prayer winning this fight. If he stands with Le for any significant amount of time, Le will kick Jardine into the 11th dimension. Speed kills and unfortunately for Jardine, Le also hits a lot harder despite being smaller.
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Yeah, taking Le down is the only way that Jardine can hope to win. Jardine can be a tricky striker but Le is ten times better. I agree that for a small middleweight Le can kick.

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post #10 of 14 (permalink) Old 08-09-2011, 03:31 AM
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Le has been inactive for a long while now and is getting up there in age (the two don't go together well).

Jardine just fought Mousasi to a draw (despite Mousasi probably actually winning that 'fight').

So I wouldn't be so quick to jump all over Le here. Altough I would be cheering for him the whole way.

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