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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-12-2012, 07:33 AM Thread Starter
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Fights to make following UFC 150

Eiji Mitsuoka vs Tommy Hayden - Basically a loser leaves UFC
Nik Lentz vs Rani Yayha
Dustin Pague vs Vaughan Lee
Ken Stone vs Nick Denis
Erik Perez vs Bryan Caraway
Jared Hamman vs Jason MacDonald
Michael Kuiper vs Chris Camozzi
Dennis Bermudez vs Marcos Vinicius
Justin Lawrence vs Joey Gambino
Max Holloway vs Steven Siler
Buddy Roberts vs Karlos Vemola
Yushin Okami vs Jake Shields
Ed Herman vs CB Dolloway
Melvin Guillard vs Terry Etim
Donald Cerrone vs Anthony Pettis
Frankie Edgar vs Clay Guida(LW) or Chad Mendes(FW)
Benson Henderson vs Nate Diaz
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-12-2012, 07:43 AM
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Guillard vs Jamie Varner
Cerrone vs Pettis
Okami vs Shields
Edgar va Aldo
Henderson vs Diaz

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cant really argue with much there

alot of good matchups

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I was wondering what Edgar was gonna do if he decides to stay at LW and Guida seems the logical pick.

He should go to FW though, Mendes seems like a good matchup if he can shake his legal troubles




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I think Edgar will get Aldo straight away. Alot of people, including my self thought he won last night. He can't get another rematch at LH, but I can see him getting a shot at Aldo instead.

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I think Edgar will get Aldo straight away. Alot of people, including my self thought he won last night. He can't get another rematch at LH, but I can see him getting a shot at Aldo instead.
Dana said he wouldn't get an immediate title shot at the post fight press conference.







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Dana said he wouldn't get an immediate title shot at the post fight press conference.
I don't get Dana sometimes. That fight alot of people would be excited to see. Fair enough he hasn't earned the shot but when has that ever bothered him.

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I don't get Dana sometimes. That fight alot of people would be excited to see. Fair enough he hasn't earned the shot but when has that ever bothered him.
Yeah for sure, but to be fair I really can't recall a time in recent history when a fighter has been given a title shot in his first fight in a new weight class. (Don't say Vitor, his fight with Rich was at Franklinweight but he fought Lindland and Terry Martin at 185)







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Benson Henderson vs. Nate Diaz: Self explanatory - Diaz is number 1 contendor!

Frankie Edgar vs. Chan Sung-Jung: I really think its time for Edgar to drop to 145 pounds. Dana has said that if he does, he'll need a fight before he fights for the title. Asides from Koch who is fighting Aldo, i think Sung-Jung is next in line, after coming off a great win over Poirer a couple of months back. This would be a great fight on paper, and the winner would fight the winner of Aldo/Koch for the title.

Donald Cerrone vs. Anthony Pettis: Both the fighters want this fight, and i think it makes perfect sense in the division to book it as a number 1 contendor fight. Cerrone is 8-1 in his last 9 zuffa fights, and Pettis is 7-2. Both are coming off impressive knock out wins, and on paper this fight would be a barnburner!

Melvin Guillard vs. Rafael Dos Anjos: After losing (and getting finished) in 3 of his last 4 fights, Guillard needs to start near the bottom and work his way up again. Dos Anjos is a lot further down the pile than most of the guys Guillard has been fighting lately, but he's still won 6 of his last 8 fights, including wins over Sotiropoulos, Njokuani & Etim. The winner would be propelled back into the top 10, top 15 of the lightweight rankings.

Jake Shields vs. Constantinos Philippou: Another UFC fight for Shields, and another disappointing performance. Shields hasn't looked 'good' for over 2 years now since his comeback win over Dan Henderson. I think he needs another win before he starts fighting the guys at the top like Bisping, Belcher, Boetsch etc, so i'd give him a man on a mission - Philippou. After dropping his first UFC fight, he's won 4 in a row with solid wins. This would be a good clash of styles in a classic striker v grappler fight.

Ed Herman vs. Chris Leben: 2 of the longest serving UFC fighters, and somehow their paths have never crossed. Both guys look to get back on track after Hermans dissappointing loss, and Lebens drugs ban. Both guys bring it, this would be a decent fight for 2 gatekeepers.

Yushin Okami vs. Hector Lombard: Okami has fought many of the guys in the middleweight picture already - Silva, Sonnen, Boetsch, Munoz etc, so lets give him another guy in the picture in Hector Lombard. Lombard says he was injured in his octagon debut, so another big fight gives him the opportunity to put things right. With 2 top fighters, the winner would be 'in the mix' again at middleweight.

Buddy Roberts vs. Karlos Vemola: In all honesty, Roberts wasn't ready for someone like Okami. Before this his biggest fight was against Tony Lopez or Caio Magalhaes, which says everything. We saw glimpses of a good stand up game in this fight, and he needs to fight someone nearer his level next. Karlos Vemola comes to fight, and this would have the potential to be a super prelim fight.

Max Holloway vs. Steven Siler: Hollaway is a stud at just 20 years old, but its important he has time to progress and isn't thrown into the deep end straght away again as he was against Poirer last year. After starting his career with a 5-7 record, he has since gone 16-2, including 3-0 in the UFC.This would be a good test for both in a classic striker v grappler fight.

Justin Lawrence vs. George Roop: The wonderkid from TUF live has failed to live up to expectation again, losing by TKO in round 2. He is still young at 22 years old, and hopefully produces his potential in the future. George roop is the gatekeeper of the 145 pound division, and i think he'd be a good test for Lawrence. He's in need of a win himself after going 2-4 in UFC/WEC.

Dennis Bermudez vs. Rani Yahya: Bermudez is a fighter i really like and i think will be in the UFC for a long time. Since losing at the TUF finale, he's won 2 fights dominantly and is in need of a stiffer test than guys like Garza & Hayden. Rani Yahya returned last week with a dominant win, and this would be a huge step up for Bermudez, and a good test to see where he's at.

Michael Kuiper vs. Daniel Sarafian: Although he won in dominating fashion, i'm not impressed by Kuiper. His stand-up looks sloppy, and his cardio didn't look great; and if he wasn't in there with an injured Hamann i think many other guys would beat him. I think it would be the perfect show off fight for the guy that many thought would win TUF Brazil (but got injured), Daniel Sarafian. Would be a good chance for Kuiper to prove me wrong too!

Erik Perez vs. Bryan Caraway: Perez once again expesed Stone's questionable chin and looked good in the process to put himself on the map at 135 pounds. Now 2-0 in the UFC and on a 7 fight win streak, a step up in comopetition is in order. Caraway is also 2-0 in the UFC after winning each of his 2 fights by submission. The winner of this would move onto fight a top 15 bantamweight.

Chico Camus vs. Roland DeLorme: Another new guy at 135 pounds, Camus looked solid yet unspectacular in beating Pague last night. Next up i'd have him fight DeLorme, a man himself who was on a bit of a streak before Francisco Rivera put an end to it. This would be a fun fight.

Nik Lentz vs. Mike Brown: At 145 pounds, Lentz looked awesome and he's found the right weight. After the fight he said he changed everything up and the future looks good. Now 6-2 in the UFC, i think he moves straight into a top 20 featherweight, and should get a tough fight. Mike Brown recently won 2 in a row for the first time since being champion, and this would be a brutal fight for both with 2 grinders in there.



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