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Pretty much everyone would prefer to see a back and forth competitive fight rather than a one sided one.

Mir really isn't that hated either.
I would like to see Mir put to sleep early.

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I think this is the first time we will see Roy Nelson getting stopped.

I mean the size difference here is just crazy! BigFoot is just to big and skilled for Nelson to be able to ride out as a punching bag..i see this ending somewhat same way it did when he faught Fedor
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I think this is the first time we will see Roy Nelson getting stopped.

I mean the size difference here is just crazy! BigFoot is just to big and skilled for Nelson to be able to ride out as a punching bag..i see this ending somewhat same way it did when he faught Fedor
Nelson is fighting Mitrione. Bigfoot is fighting Cain.


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BigFoot is shit, why is he getting the opportunity to fight Cain? One win over a way past it Fedor and a lot of trash talking later and he seems to just be up there by default. Also his name is A.Silva.
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Nelson is fighting Mitrione. Bigfoot is fighting Cain.
Ok i saw it now.I would bet all my money on JDS..he will knockout Mir in first round.Cain will TKO BigFoot,Meathead will prob get a decision against Nelson.

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I would imagine everyone, what better sight is there than to see Mir get put out?
I don't generally agree with you, but this was spot on.

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Nelson is probably ecstatic about the change. He went from getting an ass kicking to giving one.

As much as I love Mir, I am giving him absolutely no chance in this fight. The only way I see it ending is by 1st round ko for JDS. Hopefully I am proven wrong.

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Nelson is probably ecstatic about the change. He went from getting an ass kicking to giving one.

As much as I love Mir, I am giving him absolutely no chance in this fight. The only way I see it ending is by 1st round ko for JDS. Hopefully I am proven wrong.
Yeah this is a fight where Nelson actually have a chance to win
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Big timmay Sylvia has tweeted he has big breaking news regarding his fighting future... Surely not!!

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Alistair Overeem's T/E Ratio Was 14:1 in Failed PED Test

Apr 5, 2012 - UFC No. 1 heavyweight contender Alistair Overeem produced a testosterone-to-epitestosterone ratio of 14:1 in his failed urine test, Nevada state athletic commission executive director Keith Kizer told MMA Fighting on Thursday, shortly after he learned of the final result.

The average male produces a T/E ratio around 1:1. The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) uses a 4:1 standard for positive tests, and NSAC uses 6:1 as its cutoff, a number used by WADA up until 2006.

In NSAC's original statement announcing the flagged result, Overeem was said to have tested at a level higher than 10:1.

Overeem has the right to ask for his B-sample to be tested to ensure the accuracy of the result. That would likely trigger a carbon isotope ratio test, which would determine whether the testosterone in his body was natural or synthetic.

Because Overeem (36-11, 1 no contest) is unlicensed in Nevada, he cannot be punished for the test, but he would face an uphill task in trying to gain a license to fight Junior Dos Santos at UFC 146 as originally scheduled.

Overeem's number is slightly lower than that of Chael Sonnen when he was caught with an elevated level in 2010. Sonnen, who lost to Anderson Silva the day after the test was taken, produced a sample with a 16.9:1 ratio.

To date, the UFC has still not addressed any potential replacement for Overeem, though a source with knowledge of the situation said the promotion would most likely choose former champion Frank Mir to face dos Santos.


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