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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-20-2007, 01:26 PM
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Jens over BJ was the biggest i think, not to mention when BJ come back, he whooped his ass.


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post #12 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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Even though all of the bet sites had GG favored in the GG vs. Cotoure fight, I think that would have been a huge upset. If GG would have been able to beat one of the greatest UFC fighters of all-time, it would have been a huge upset.
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post #13 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-30-2007, 09:14 PM
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What about the Joe Lauzon vs. Jens Pulver fight? .. When that fight first happened, I thought Joe had absolutely no chance.
i don't see why youd think that because jens pulver used to be a great fighter but is way past his prime
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Coleman vs. Williams is probably the biggest one so far.
Other big ones?

Serra vs. St. Pierre (my jaw dropped)

Gonzaga vs. Cro Cop (my jaw was still down from UFC 69, but it dropped some more)

Terrell vs. Lindland (who saw that one coming?)

Penn vs. Hughes I (at the time, I sure didn't pick BJ. Did you?)

Nick Diaz vs. Robbie Lawler (at the time, Lawler was looking like a beast. Then some crazy, skinny pothead kid knocked his head off)
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I just cant get past GSP and Sera. That was just mental to me!
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GSP vs Serra
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probably Gonzaga KO'ing CroCop with a head kick and also Matt Hamill kicking Bispings ass for 3 rounds...all were totally unexpected in my mind..
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Coleman vs. Williams is probably the biggest one so far.
Other big ones?

Serra vs. St. Pierre (my jaw dropped)

Gonzaga vs. Cro Cop (my jaw was still down from UFC 69, but it dropped some more)

Terrell vs. Lindland (who saw that one coming?)

Penn vs. Hughes I (at the time, I sure didn't pick BJ. Did you?)

Nick Diaz vs. Robbie Lawler (at the time, Lawler was looking like a beast. Then some crazy, skinny pothead kid knocked his head off)
Everyone thought Robbie was just gonna walk through and KO Nick but I had money on Diaz dude he actually has a pro boxing record...dude is the only guy I know who will box your ass up and then submit you just as easily...pretty good for a pothead, right?
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Jens over BJ was the biggest i think, not to mention when BJ come back, he whooped his ass.
ehhh thats an ok upset but not a huge one...Jens was the champ at the time and he just beat BJ fair and square...the rematch was AWESOME though.
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ehhh thats an ok upset but not a huge one...Jens was the champ at the time and he just beat BJ fair and square...the rematch was AWESOME though.
I know he had the title but BJ Penn was hyped up so much. He was "The Prodigy", and couldn't be beaten. Does it make the upset worse that later on Joe Lauzon beat/upset Pulver?
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