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post #21 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-12-2012, 06:52 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by danablack View Post
lol u all got trolled by matt hughes..

Firstly Matt Hughes hates GSP likes most other UFC fighters.

Secondly Matt Hughes knows that Safe Pierre is super scared to fight Anderson Silva. (watch UFC 112, GSP went to Abu Dhabi to watch Silva vs Maia cos Anderson Silva was suppose to cut down to 170 to face GSP if he won that fight. only reason it didnt happen was cos Dana got pissed off at Anderson's performance in round 4-5) Anyway if you look at GSP's expression during round 1-3, anyone can CLEARLY tell he is totally scared.

Thirdly everyone know that super chicken Safe Pierre doesnt have ANY chance against the Anderson Silva. GSP can't even turkey sandwich.. whens the last time you saw GSP finishing a fight? lol

I know this forum is full of hardcore GSP nuthuggers(inc some mods) but Safe Pierre is the most boring fighter in UFC history far, biggest chicken/cheater. I think Safe Pierre's record decision wins(for UFC champion) speaks for itself.. imagine if Safe Pierre fought in US, everyone will be booing hardcore, "CHICKEN!!! Faag!!!" etc, no wonder he always fight in Canada.. tsk tsk

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How do people think GSP has a chance in hell after the Bonnar fight? Bonnar is a BIG DUDE and a decent grappler and had no chance of getting Anderson down against the cage. GSP is successful with his grappling/takedowns because he mixes it up and is a threat. He's no, none, zero threat to Anderson standing and his takedown attempts would reflect that.
TBH GSP probably could have beat Bonnar too.

The reason GSP has a chance against Anderson is because he doesn't make the same mistakes other fighters make.

I expect the first round to be a non-event... Anderson will do his usual scouting but GSP won't give anything away. GSP may actually win the round on being the most aggressive by throwing the odd shot.

After the first round it will be on. It will be who ****s up first.

Personally I think it will be GSP who loses on the basis that he can't afford one F-up whereas Anderson can afford several.

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Champions should just defend their belts and the promoter should do a better job of finding them contenders that can actually threaten the champions. Champions shouldn't have to go looking for challenges.
What's the pourpose on being kings, then? Champions shall challenge who ever they want to.

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Georges will lose but this is Anderson's game, GSP's been out for forever and now he comes back off a career threatening injury and now he wants to fight him? It's typical Anderson.

If he wants to really challenge himself, he should go fight Jones but he probably needs to learn some more illegal tricks like greasing himself up, grabbing a guy's shorts, and throwing illegal knees to the head before.
Ohhhh like Gsp doesn't grease himself up?.

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I wonder that if right before Anderson Silva's Pride days had the UFC fight taken place if Matt Hughes would have the same opinion. The fight in them days could have gone either way, maybe Matt would have edged Silva but I am very sure he would have gained respect as well.
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post #26 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 09:04 AM
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A middleweight champion who moonlights at light-heavyweight and destroys his competition should be looking to fight the champ in that division; not the welterweight division.

If GSP were to beat him, then what? Would people want him to fight Jones?
Why? When he can make the weight? If Silva can make 177 then what is the problem?

GSP couldn't make 163. Bones couldn't make 195. So who exactly are the big fighters in their division here? Why is Anderson soooo big...but yet is the only one who can do a true catchweight? Explain the logic there.

Anderson is 6 years his elder. And is cutting down to almost weleterweight...

what is the real problem if Anderson can make 177? Rumble was bigger and made 170. People looked at it as a disadvantage...until he couldn't make it anymore..
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I don't think Silva vs GSP should ever take place as there are still a few lightweights out there that GSP needs to deal with first.

I want to see Conduit win this in convincing fashion just to see the shit storm that would erupt on this forum
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post #28 of 28 (permalink) Old 11-13-2012, 02:49 PM
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I don't think Silva vs GSP should ever take place as there are still a few lightweights out there that GSP needs to deal with first.
Anderson is 38 and not getting any younger. If this will be a very profitable fight, there's no time to lose.
Anderson vs GSP makes sense to happen before Anderson vs Bones, because it is a match up imagined ages before Jones shine.
Anderson is a big as Condit. If he can make weight, he is on. Jones makes weight at LHW, so he has the right to fight LHW having size advantage or not.

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