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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-06-2007, 01:45 AM
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Negative1 is right. I wouldn't say that Lytle is one of the best WW's, but he is a really solid fighter, who will give anyone a tough time. Good stand-up and really good on the ground. Dude is well-rounded.

Lytle sort of comes and goes. He'll be back, I'm sure.
Yeah, Lytle is a well rounded fighter but doesn't really have one strength above the rest which being as well rounded as him is extremely good...Not having a strength ahead of everything else is not great. I am a fan of Lytle.


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Here is an update on Chris Lytle...I like the sounds of Carlos Condit Vs Chris Lytle, sure to be an exciting fight.
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didnt lytle lose 4 in a row? and something like 3 in a row before that with only a single win in between? that said he did fight the cream of the crop i believe, parisian, hughes for sure... im not sure what others...

his fights are fun to watch though but he just seems to lose a lot, still they are exciting to watch
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didnt lytle lose 4 in a row? and something like 3 in a row before that with only a single win in between? that said he did fight the cream of the crop i believe, parisian, hughes for sure... im not sure what others...

his fights are fun to watch though but he just seems to lose a lot, still they are exciting to watch


Dude your way off. He has never lost 4 in a row..he is on a 2 fight win streak, and his last UFC performance he had 2 submissions on the guy AT THE SAME TIME!

Lytle is an exciting cat, and as I stated above, Condit Vs Lytle is definetly worth watchin..(if it happens)
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Condit vs Lytle would be great. Like, really, really great.

Then again, anything with Condit is great.

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I'd love to see Condit vs. Lytle. I think Lytle gets dissed on a lot based on his fight with Serra. Man that was boring. But really, he's a very solid fighter who can give top tier guys a run for their money.

By the way, check this out:

UFC 73 Preliminary - Chris Lytle vs Jason Gilliam


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Dude your way off. He has never lost 4 in a row..he is on a 2 fight win streak, and his last UFC performance he had 2 submissions on the guy AT THE SAME TIME!

Lytle is an exciting cat, and as I stated above, Condit Vs Lytle is definetly worth watchin..(if it happens)

i know that... it was like 2 or 3 events ago, but im pretty sure he lost 4 in a row...
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unless he fights in another organization he lost 4 in a row, i just checked the UFC website.

going backwards Hughes,Serra, Riggs, Parysian, then two wins and two losses.

he only won once since 05 at UFC 73

but im not saying this to say that the guys fights arent exciting hes a pretty cool character and his fights are always good to watch
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Chris Lytle talks about possible move to WEC (Video) at UFC blog for UFC news, results, videos, rumors, fights, pics and tickets

There is a magical site called Sherdog that lists fighters records. The most he has ever lost in a row is 2
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whoa no way a magical site!?! like i said i didnt know where else Lytle fought or if he currently fights in other organizations.

He lost 4 i a row in the UFC, thats all i knew about him. I dont know anything about the UFL for instance so i wouldnt know that he fought there...

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