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post #1 of 65 (permalink) Old 10-25-2007, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
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Who is the most overlooked fighter in the UFC right now?

My #1 is Dennis Siver. He is 1-1 in the UFC, lost his first to a rear naked choke. Second fight...you just have to see. Brutal.

My #2 is Tamdan McCrory. He's fighting again at UFC 78.
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post #2 of 65 (permalink) Old 10-25-2007, 10:28 PM
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Luke Cummo.

The Goulet loss set him back, but that's okay, since he came back looking better than ever against Josh Haynes. I didn't think much of Luke Cummo in the past. To me, he was a guy who had fun fights with Morgan & Stevenson. But, when I watched the Haynes fight, I noticed that his stand-up skills were a lot more polished. He then kicked Crocota's ugly ass in his last fight. Man, dude knocked the ugly out of Crocota, and that rules.

Forrest Petz.

He looked pretty meh against Burkman, I'll admit, but he's a hard-working guy, who happens to be a solid fighter.

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Definitely Luke Cummo
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Jeff Joslin - he's 0-1 in the UFC so I can't really say I blame people from over looking him but this dude is the real deal with AMAZING hands. He took KOS to a decision, and lost a close split decision to Fitch during his recent tear. Once he's back and healthy I think people will start seeing this guy as a potential threat at 170.

a Cuommo Joslin fight would be a good time.



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Joslin vs Davis.

Joslin vs Cummo.

Joslin vs Lytle.

All of these would be the swankness. Joslin is a really good striker, probably the best in the WW division. Good call on him, and I hope he makes a return soon.

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Marcus Davis, though he does seem like Dana is actually saying his name once in a while

My second would be Cole Miller, to be honest I am expecting huge things from this guy in the future. Good jits, lanky, and respectable stand-up. The only problem I see with this guy is that he seems to be a small LW. A Featherweight division in the UFC would suit him well.



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Drew McFedries, i cant wait til he comes back

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really cummo overlooked

so many of you have been on his nutz forever man

i disagree....hes a good fighter....but i dont think he is overlooked...there just dosnt seem to be anyroom for him right now

The most solid advice I can give to anyone who fights BJ Penn is...do not motivate the guy. Lets face it, BJ although talented, is naturally lazy. Your job is to NOT convince him to step on that treadmill.
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over looked by the ufc, and not the fans...houston alexander...serious why isnt this guy lined up against someone good

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he beat jardine top ten in the lhw rite now come on man

he wins his next fight

i see him getting a contender

The most solid advice I can give to anyone who fights BJ Penn is...do not motivate the guy. Lets face it, BJ although talented, is naturally lazy. Your job is to NOT convince him to step on that treadmill.
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