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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-16-2006, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
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I am Very impressed with his proformance....he strait rocked Rich Franklin i mean franklin had no chance...it was shocking Icouldnt belive wat i was seeing..i was rooting for Rich and all the sudden Anderson was kneeing Rich franklin in tha head and franklin could not defend himself....if we see a rematch will the same thing happen or was it a Fluke....

i Deff think that Anderson would kick Aces butt again...he looked that dominate...i like that man and his whole fighting frame and style....good upset i guess
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one of the key factors in Silva's victory, was that there aren't any fighters in the UFC that have such a knowledge of muay thai. i mean, silva did nothing but throw muay thai knees to franklin's head and body, while in the clinch... every single attack and technique was a MT technique!!!

nobody expects MT anymore!

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one of the key factors in Silva's victory, was that there aren't any fighters in the UFC that have such a knowledge of muay thai. i mean, silva did nothing but throw muay thai knees to franklin's head and body, while in the clinch... every single attack and technique was a MT technique!!!

nobody expects MT anymore!
Swick apparently trained MT in Thailand so I'm guessing he is one of the few in the UFC that would expect it. I still think he has no chance against Silva though.
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Silva would def beat Ace again! Unless Ace comes up with a different game plan to fight Anderson then I can't see him winning the second fight!

You forget that this isn't just some brutal sport where everyones out to kill each other. Its much more like a game of physical chess.-looney liam
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they should get anderson and silvia set up, silvias probaly the only one who could beat anderson.
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they should get anderson and silvia set up, silvias probaly the only one who could beat anderson.
Do you mean Sylvia?...if so, they're in not even in the same weight class and Sylvia would get rocked. Anderson would kick that fatass' ass. Too bad this fight would never happen
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