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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 09-30-2007, 06:25 PM
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I like watching Herman fight he was a favorite on the show. As for Terrell, could care less of him.
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post #12 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 01:39 AM
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Herman is a good fighter and being so inactive for long periods of time is difficult for most fighters. I don’t think this is a good fight for Ed, I mean whats Ed gaining by a win? There are plenty of good ACTIVE fighters he could fight and gain some ranks by beating but if he beats David Terrell most people have no clue who he is and its not going to do a lot to advance his career.

Ed should take this fight in the second round by TKO. I think they should let Ed have his revenge and give him Grove again maybe this time the ref wont miss Grove's tapout.

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Herman is a good fighter and being so inactive for long periods of time is difficult for most fighters. I donít think this is a good fight for Ed, I mean whats Ed gaining by a win? There are plenty of good ACTIVE fighters he could fight and gain some ranks by beating but if he beats David Terrell most people have no clue who he is and its not going to do a lot to advance his career.

Ed should take this fight in the second round by TKO. I think they should let Ed have his revenge and give him Grove again maybe this time the ref wont miss Grove's tapout.
I think Terrell will beat him actually...he's very atheletic
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post #14 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 03:47 PM
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This is the first I've heard of this. It's an interesting fight, but somewhat of a bad match-up for Herman if Terrell comes to fight. Herman is like a much slower, much less explosive and aggressive version of Terrell, and it'll probably be a bad night for him because of this.

Then again, like another poster said, inactivity could play a big factor and Herman may end up proving me wrong.
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Terrell will probably puss out at the last second because of a hangnail or a canker sore. If this happens, then it'd be a competitive fight between two evenly matched opponents. Terrell hits hard, but his stand-up needs work, while Herman is more technical. Terrell's ground game is pretty good, while Herman's is solid.

I don't know, Herman by decision. I think Ed's improving while Terrell's been out for a while. He looked sort of shitty against Scott Smith, too, but that was more the ref's & Smith's fault.

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I don't know, Herman by decision. I think Ed's improving while Terrell's been out for a while. He looked sort of shitty against Scott Smith, too, but that was more the ref's & Smith's fault.
Man, the reffing was horrible in that fight. I actually liked the fight, but I was so distracted from yelling at the referee and his stupid decisions.
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It's a good matchup for both of them, neither of them can hang with a top ten, last fights were rear nakeds to Scott Smith, and they both have decent submission games. I haven't seen Terrell fight since Smith but his kicks were fast as hell and explosive in the Tanner fight, just can't judge what he's been up to lately besides crying in fetal position and slipping in a weird rear-naked...


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Terrell will probably puss out at the last second because of a hangnail or a canker sore. If this happens, then it'd be a competitive fight between two evenly matched opponents. Terrell hits hard, but his stand-up needs work, while Herman is more technical. Terrell's ground game is pretty good, while Herman's is solid.

I don't know, Herman by decision. I think Ed's improving while Terrell's been out for a while. He looked sort of shitty against Scott Smith, too, but that was more the ref's & Smith's fault.
I'd rank Terrell's ground game way ahead of Herman's. Terrell's layoff is the only thing I see stopping his victory.
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im not excited about it at all... Terrell might have the upper hand, im not sure though, i barely know anything about each fighter, mostly because i simply dont care about them...
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