I'm not worried about the outcome I'm just curious what each of their game plan is.
Scenario 1: JBJ crouches in the opening seconds and Hendo just charges in with an uppercut and makes it as dirty and messy as possible.
Scenario 2: JBJ plays it safe and keeps Hendo at bay. Thing is Hendo is crazy enough to charge in with his right overhand looking for a simultaneous takedown ala Fedor style.
Regardless, Hendo's style is pretty much like the Chute Box system. He wins by exchanging. He knocked out Wandy the same way, hurt Shogun badly, KOed Feijao, snuck a right uppercut to Fedor in the scramble, KOed Babalu with GNP, heck he's one of the only few next to Wandy who exchanged with Rampage full on.
Really the way I see it...he's got nothing to lose. He should just go for broke. He knows he can't last all five rounds. So why not try finishing the first round.
- 700 for JBJ
+ 500 for Hendo
It's so worth it to put down $20.
Marcus Aurelius: Tell me again, Maximus, why are we here?
Maximus: For the glory of the Empire, sire.
Baked, not fried... the healthy choice.