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post #51 of 52 (permalink) Old 09-11-2012, 11:50 AM
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Originally Posted by marcthegame View Post
The crazy part is Anderson has called GSP the best fighter alive today on many occasions.
This is the part I don't understand.

Anderson wants to test himself vs. another all time great. He could easily avoid wrestlers all together because that is the only way he can get beat right now.

I particularly don't think GSP would win at all. But many believe it is a toss up fight and many believe GSP would win no doubt. Opinions very THAT is why it is a great fight to make.

GSP to me, seems afraid to lose, ever since the Serra fight losing to a 155er by KO he has been cautious. He has said he puts all the chips in his favor, and in this fight for the first time in a real long time not all the chips are on his side.

Wonder how hard Dana will push for this fight after GSP beats Condit? It is the time to do this fight. GSP has said 180lbs for the fight. End of February in Cowboys Stadium.
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post #52 of 52 (permalink) Old 09-11-2012, 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by The Best Around View Post
Not surprising. I hope Condit finishes GSP for many reasons, and maybe it can also put an end to this nonsense. These two want to build on their legacy within their own divisions, which I'm fine with. They barely fight as-is; think about how long a superfight would delay the divisions.

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You really care that much about Kampmann/Hendricks/Who else?

You care that much that they won't get a title shot right this second? Why is it that big of a deal? Why wouldn't a superfight of the 2 best in the game not be worth holding up a division?

I'm really confused as to why a bunch of average title fights means so much in your eyes? GSP/Penn, GSP/Hughes, GSP/Diaz, Anderson/Sonnen, Anderson/Hendo, Anderson/Bisping those are title fights that are/were big time fights.

So what if the winner of Kampmann/Hendricks has to fight 1 more time for a title shot? Who cares? Is it really that big of a deal?
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