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post #11 of 40 (permalink) Old 09-30-2007, 05:16 PM
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Florian, if the fans, and Dana, ever give him his dues!!!

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BJ Penn. IMO
I totally agree if BJ stays in the lightweight division and doesnt decide to go back up and challenge Hughs or GSP again, BJ is phenomenal for the things he can do and the ways he can contort his body, his BJJ is untouchable but he keeps going up and fighting fighters who have considerable strength and size advantages on him although I think BJ is more interested in having competitive matchs at Welterweight than dominating the lightweight division .
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Though fighting someone like Sherk is like fighting someone in the next weight division. Don't know how big Joe is though
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post #14 of 40 (permalink) Old 09-30-2007, 05:52 PM
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I don't see anyone beating Ryoto Machida in the UFC.
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BJ if he stays at 155

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post #16 of 40 (permalink) Old 09-30-2007, 06:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Damone

I don't see anyone beating Ryoto Machida in the UFC. You'd need to be as fast as him, but there's no one that is. You would have to be an equal or better striker, and there's no one that is either.

Rampage could, probably, but I think Lyoto would just outpoint him. If Rampage manages to get Lyoto down, then Machida will just get right back up. He's just way too tricky, and with him, you're going to always stay alert.
Yupp, that is the guy I was thinking too. The one guy I think could give him problems right now is Rashad. Or Hendo but I doubt that one ever happens. I think taht if Rashad really went after him and was able to clinch with him and take him down he could beat him but I would still lean toward Machida in that fight. He should be whippin ass for a while
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gsp...but i've said that b4

a. silva for sure

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i didnt even think about machida im gonna agree with damone becuase of machida's ability to just give u so many different striking angles and his pinpoint accuracy and has a good ground game im sayin him also
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y huston alexander isnt he like 36 or somethin

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Kenny Florian? You were being sarcastic about that right? I see GSP being dominate because of his improving game and since he is the best athlete in the world. Houston Alexander is way too unathletic and stiff to be a champion.
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