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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-04-2012, 07:18 AM
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Let's see what Kampmann learned from the Daley fight trading violently with a KO artist.


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Not sure why you'd say that, Ellenberger handled Sanchez just fine for the two rounds, dropping him in the first and landing some nice GNP in the second, the only reason Sanchez mounted in any offense in the third was because his pace is incredible and Ellenberger is nothing but muscle and will likely always have cardio problems due to that.

If Ellenberger lands clean on Kampmann like he did to Diego in the first round Kampmann may never see the 3rd, 4th, and 5th.
Exactly, Diego probably has the best chin at 170 in my opinion and has only been finished by cut stoppage. The guy just doesn't quit. Kampmann doesn't have the chin or recovery rate of Sanchez (not saying Kampmann has a bad chin), and his pace won't be anywhere near the pace that Diego has. In other words, that's not a very good indicator on how Ellenberger vs. Kampmann may turn out. If Jake manages to hurt or drop him, this fight may not turn out very well for Martin. Jake isn't a great striker, but the power he has in his strikes makes up for that.

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Not sure why you'd say that, Ellenberger handled Sanchez just fine for the two rounds, dropping him in the first and landing some nice GNP in the second, the only reason Sanchez mounted in any offense in the third was because his pace is incredible and Ellenberger is nothing but muscle and will likely always have cardio problems due to that.

If Ellenberger lands clean on Kampmann like he did to Diego in the first round Kampmann may never see the 3rd, 4th, and 5th.
To be honest I wasn't impressed with his performance against Sanchez. He did look good in the first two rounds but Sanchez put an absolute beating on him in the third. He's lucky that wasn't a 5 round fight. But this was one is. Ellenberger has to get the finish in the first two, which I don't see happening. I see Kampmann losing the first but winning every other round until he gets a choke.

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I love to watch Kampmann fight and I really hope that he takes out Ellenberger but I don't think he has the chin for this fight. He takes too many hard shots in most of his fights and Jake has the power to put him out. I suspect cardio won't become as big of an issue and expect to see a first round KO by Ellenberger. Still hoping for Martin to pull this off though.

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Kampmann's striking is ridiculously over rated. I'd argue he has a better ground game than stand up. I mean, he gets tagged almost every fight and gets the shit beat out of him because he has no idea how to move his head.

Ellenberger is gonna KO him, brutally.
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