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post #21 of 38 (permalink) Old 09-30-2007, 02:08 AM
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yea ur right just have to wait and see hopefully he fights a top ten guy so we can see where he is at.
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I wouldnt mind watching Alexander beat the crap out of Bisping!
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houston is going to stay a low b / high c level figher in the UFC imo. he looked like he ran 10 miles after about a minute of STRIKING, and will probably get subbed faster than a cat would eat a piece of meat. or something like that.

jeesus.. boxing is about the least exhausting form of combat sport.. REALLY sweet to watch, but people can seriously box for an hour straight and be fine. find someone who can grapple for an hour straight and he could make an ironman look like a complete *****.

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Im happy if he has a good ground game. I hope i never get to see it. Keep knocking fools out Houston.
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nice read man
Hey Raul how big is Manny Pacquiao in the Phillipines?
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Hey Raul how big is Manny Pacquiao in the Phillipines?
Id say he has the spotlight in his sport there.


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Id say he has the spotlight in his sport there.
Yeah i watch the countdown for his fight with Barrera. They said hes bigger there then Jordan is in America. I just want confirmation.
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I want to know what fighter could get past 3 minutes with Houston. I meen the guy just doesnt let off the pressure and when he connects, He connects.
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houston is going to stay a low b / high c level figher in the UFC imo. he looked like he ran 10 miles after about a minute of STRIKING, and will probably get subbed faster than a cat would eat a piece of meat. or something like that.

jeesus.. boxing is about the least exhausting form of combat sport.. REALLY sweet to watch, but people can seriously box for an hour straight and be fine. find someone who can grapple for an hour straight and he could make an ironman look like a complete *****.
Thats not true. I roll with guys for 30 or so minutes at a time sometimes. I would gas in probably 5 minutes of boxing. It all depends on your training.



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