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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 06-04-2007, 04:32 PM
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I STILL don't understand all the fuss about Lesnar. His debut showed me NOTHING.

Wow, he made an ABSOLUTE CAN tap out due to some little strikes. The dude he was fighting has an MMA record of 2-6 (which speaks for itself), you can tell the guy was in great shape , of course Brock was going to pass that PATHETIC guard with ease...any of us could have - and of course, K-1 is going to feed Brock a POS, especially a replacement,m so he can win easily and "dominate" if that's what you wanna call that piss poor fight.

Wait for him to fight some real competition, before you guys say Lesnar is the greatest thing walking the damn planet.
I couldn't agree more that fight didn't impress me at all. and for the moron who says he'll destroy fedor you should kill yourself if you think that, Tim sylvia would kick the crap out of lesnar so if he fought fedor that would be the first death in mma.
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I STILL don't understand all the fuss about Lesnar. His debut showed me NOTHING.

Wow, he made an ABSOLUTE CAN tap out due to some little strikes. The dude he was fighting has an MMA record of 2-6 (which speaks for itself), you can tell the guy was in great shape , of course Brock was going to pass that PATHETIC guard with ease...any of us could have - and of course, K-1 is going to feed Brock a POS, especially a replacement,m so he can win easily and "dominate" if that's what you wanna call that piss poor fight.

Wait for him to fight some real competition, before you guys say Lesnar is the greatest thing walking the damn planet.
I agree. He was practically hitting a punching bag laying flat on the floor. Different story when he fights an upper level contender
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post #23 of 40 (permalink) Old 06-05-2007, 12:21 AM
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I agree. He was practically hitting a punching bag laying flat on the floor. Different story when he fights an upper level contender
Exactly, I'm not really impressed. Lesnar wouldn't have his way with anyone decent in the UFC.
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Oh good lord. I accept the negative rep I'm going to get for this. But he's nothing special. He is just huge. That's all. He threw some punches, and took the guy down. There was nothing special about this. And to even mention Fedor's name in the same sentance as his is an outrage. He's nothing. He'll get ruined against a quality opponent. Seriously, lets be smart about this.

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i agree, it was not a very impressive fight.
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post #26 of 40 (permalink) Old 06-05-2007, 06:29 PM
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Of course it's going overboard to get excited about Lesnar at this point. But dismissing any fighter this early in his career is just as ridiculous.
Lesnar could be great, he could be terrible, or he could be somewhere in between. We don't know yet. There's absolutely no point in lifting the guy up or cutting him down.
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Of course it's going overboard to get excited about Lesnar at this point. But dismissing any fighter this early in his career is just as ridiculous.
Lesnar could be great, he could be terrible, or he could be somewhere in between. We don't know yet. There's absolutely no point in lifting the guy up or cutting him down.
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i wish his first opponent was tank abbot, then it would have been more of a "quality" opponent.

he should fight tank just for the sake of it. If he's going to fight a can why not a well known can?
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that was a crappy performance versus a crappy fighter, such a crappy fighter that my niece could have annihilated him better. the only thing lesnar can do at this point is GnP, which isnt a bad thing but he can barely even do that right.

to say hes better than fedor is such bullcrap that it makes me want to strangle a kitty. fedor would brake both his arms, pound his face into a crushed orange and drop his IQ by 40 points. not only that, but lesnar is too old to be starting MMA. in a few years, with the crap his body has been through already, he will start to deteriorate. as far as ive heard, its happening already, since his bench max just dropped 20 pounds.

another fly by night one hit wonder, nothing to see here move along

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I don't think it's absolutely fair for somebody (Lesnar) to LOSE credit for winning a fight early in the first round, just because his opponent wasn't great.

If Lesnar "bit nuts" or "sucked ass" WHILE winning (so to speak) then the fight would have gone the distance, and the crowd would have been more pissed than Saku v Royce II.



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