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View Poll Results: Dan Lauzon vs Spencer Fisher
Dan "The Upgrade" Lauzon 6 21.43%
Spencer "The King" Fisher 22 78.57%
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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-12-2006, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Dan Lauzon vs Spencer Fisher

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I went with Fisher.

Dan Lauzon is an 18 year old kid who's fighting in the big time for the first time. He's not his brother, and Fisher is not Jens Pulver. Fisher should take this one.

While it was an upset, Pulver hasn't looked decent in years. Meanwhile, Fisher has continued to look pretty good.

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Fischer looked terrible in the Sam Stout fight.

I think hes still going to win, but im interested to see lauzon fight, ive seen him grapple before and hes VERY VERY good at grappling.

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Fisher took that fight on extremely short notice, he was fighting at 170 pounds at the time, and he dropped 20 pounds in 2 days to take the fight against Stout. That's probably the biggest reason why he looked so bad. Fisher is an animal otherwise, I love seeing this guy fight, and I'd be interested in seeing some of his fights in smaller shows.
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Fischer looked terrible in the Sam Stout fight.
Wait, you thought Spencer looked terrible in the Stout fight? What fight were you watching? Spencer was able to take Sam's best shots, and fire off some of his own. Close fight that could've gone either way. Fisher felt the weight cut, but was able to have a nice fast paced fight.

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Spencer looked fine in the Stout fight and he looked great in his last fight, even though his opponent was garbage. I don't understand why they're having Spencer fight a newcomer. He should really be fighting Guillard to see who gets the first shot at the 155lb title.
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Spencer looked fine in the Stout fight and he looked great in his last fight, even though his opponent was garbage. I don't understand why they're having Spencer fight a newcomer. He should really be fighting Guillard to see who gets the first shot at the 155lb title.
I am sure they will, soon.
Spencer is the man! That will be a good fight too!
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I think Fisher would’ve performed much better in the Stout fight, had he cut the weight properly. He did an outstanding job for the position he was put in, you could tell he wasn’t Fisher in that fight, and a lot of his energy was sucked out of him because of the weight loss.

I’m very interested in this fight. Joe Lauzon impressed the hell out of me, and it makes me kind of nervous wondering how good this Dan Lauzon kid is. Should be one of the best fights of the night anyway.
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So since when is it ok to make excuses about why you lost, he didn't need to take the fight at 155 he wasn't forced to cut 20 pounds so why would you all make a defence stances as if it was ok for him to loose. Looseing sucks anyone who fights knows this, i know i wouldn't take a fight if i had to cut 20 pounds in 2 days and was unprepaired.

Btw who ever says he destroyed his last opponent, WTF were you watching, he obviously almost got choked out, and he won by a flying knee that his opponent got caught in because he's an idiot who wanted to showboat and try and act like he wasn't getting hurt.

Anyways, thats what i think.

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i posted this thread on another site...im excited to see what happens..if dan is anything like his brother than anything could happen
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