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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-29-2013, 06:51 PM
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Condit vs. Saffiedine
- I understand the appeal of a fight with Brown but I think it would make sense for Brown to fight the Maia/Shields winner for a title shot. Condit is on a one fight win streak while Brown has won 6 in a row.

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I wouldn't tmind boring tarec being taken down a nitch, kelvin will crush thiago, thomson vs dos anjos has dull written all over it but it makes sense


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Condit vs Brown would be Condit by domination.

Brown has put on a few good fights lately but Pyle and Mein are far from world beaters.
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Brown is a big step down for Condit, plus his fight style is taylor made for Condit to Destroy.. Give brown a winnable fight, and keep Condit active with someone else... Lets hope Lawler gets injured and we can see our Rory Condit rematch.

Head-butting fists and KOing the air is not effective striking.
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Brown is a big step down for Condit, plus his fight style is taylor made for Condit to Destroy.. Give brown a winnable fight, and keep Condit active with someone else... Lets hope Lawler gets injured and we can see our Rory Condit rematch.
No I don't want Lawler to get hurt as I think he could knock Rorys head off. The Condit/Rory fight will happen regardless of their records.

Also its looking like Tarec will be the next guy fighting Brown. In that case I'd like to see Condit rematch Diaz :P



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No I don't want Lawler to get hurt as I think he could knock Rorys head off. The Condit/Rory fight will happen regardless of their records.

Also its looking like Tarec will be the next guy fighting Brown. In that case I'd like to see Condit rematch Diaz :P
MacDonald is going to humiliate Lawler...
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MacDonald is going to humiliate Lawler...
Yeah, like he looked like a monster in the Ellenberger fight



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Yeah, like he looked like a monster in the Ellenberger fight
Lawler is half the fighter Ellenberger is.

Funny how a 1 dimensional old fashioned fighter gets 1 or 2 knockouts and all of a sudden is considered a top fighter...

Lawler has always had power in his hands but never been a great fighter and he is fighting one of the very best in the division in MacDonald. This isn't going to end well for him.
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Condit vs Brown would be Condit by domination.

Brown has put on a few good fights lately but Pyle and Mein are far from world beaters.
So basically how you predict fights or analyze them (I use analyze loosely) is if fighter A hasn't beaten a guy as good as fighter B. Then of course fighter B will destroy them.

Sounds cool and all, but fights aren't fought with ranking nor on paper. Seems like you are way too in love with rankings.
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So basically how you predict fights or analyze them (I use analyze loosely) is if fighter A hasn't beaten a guy as good as fighter B. Then of course fighter B will destroy them.

Sounds cool and all, but fights aren't fought with ranking nor on paper. Seems like you are way too in love with rankings.
No I use intelligence and common sense to make predictions.

MacDonald is one of the very best WW fighters. He is well rounded with good striking and wrestling. In his last fight that some people thought was boring he showed superior striking ability against a very dangerous opponent(more dangerous then Lawler imo) to not only pick him apart but also to keep him from becoming a threat.

Lawler is a brawler, nothing else. He has mediocre takedown defense and his striking isn't anything special.

MacDonald will pick Lawler apart with his jab and take him down and dominate him when he feels like it.

Only way Lawler wins is by getting lucky like he did against Koscheck(that knee didn't look like it should have hurt Koscheck but it really did for some reason).
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