Yeah, because I can. I dont think I really care if you have a different opinion than mine, Im just stating mine. Ill use any text I feel like using thanks!
Is there a reason for the big red text? It's really annoying and doesn't help in proving your point at all.
Okay, the big red font is annoying, so I'm going to give a little more aggressive response. Don't take it personally, it's just bothersome.
Just as is you super small text that's bugged me from day one but you dont see me telling you to change yours right?
It's not a matter of how much better Fedor's standup is than Brock's, is a matter of how bad Fedor is at defending shots. His game off of his back is great, so it's not really a weakness, but every substantial wrestler that he has fought has put him on his back (Randleman is the only one who did any damage, but they all did it).
I see no reason Brock can't do what Coleman and Lindland did, and I see no reason why he shouldn't. The only problem is, he's going to get caught just like Coleman and Lindland did.
Brock knows that Fedor's standup is better than his. Everybody on the planet, even Brock Lesnar's mama, knows that Fedor's standup is better. Fedor just demolished one of the best strikers in the division (or, one of the former-best strikers in the division, realistically), and he's probably going to kill another one in a few months (yes, I'm already counting Andrei out a little).
And Im not counting out a armbar, Im just saying odds are it will probably be a TKO or choke and Brock could shoot right into a guillotine, Ive see other wrestlers make the mistake of putting there head down and charging in and Brock is guilty of doing just that.
Lesnar isn't going to be stupid enough to stand and trade, I'm fairly certain, and if he does try and take Fedor down, he'll be able to.
He'll try some groundnpound, Fedor which catch the deep hook and lock on the armbar right away to finish the fight.
I think just being stood up would be extremely dangerous for Brock and lets not forget we both agree he would lose its just the “how” and the only reason I even said anything is dudes posting "armbar FACT" when most of us know its more realistic to just say Brock would lose to lack of experience and it will probably be a submission, but no Im still not sold on it being a armbar period when Fedor could basically end it from any position in the cage and at any time.
Brock is strong, but he's not going to muscle out of that armbar. Fedor gets it really tight and even Choi, who's, realistically, alot more physically powerful (though not as explosive nor as talented as Lesnar) struggled to get out of the first one. It's a waiting game once Fedor gets down there.
I actually feel he could power out of a few different attempts but I agree he could get taped and wont get many second chances if any at all.