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post #111 of 116 (permalink) Old 11-10-2006, 12:00 PM
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I think he needs a wake up call though. A match against a strong opponent or even training with some better fighters than himself is what its going to take to make a change with him. If he dosen't get a fight against a heavily dominant oponent than hes going to stay boring to watch. I hat to say this because I am not a Militich(sp) fan, but he could stand to train with those guys for a couple months.
I think he switched to the same camp that Nightmare and Jardine train at (Greg Jackson???). Judging by his fight against Lambert, I think he's awake now. I think he just needs more experience, kind of like Hamill. Both of them are super-strong, so once they polish up the fighting portion of MMA, their athleticism and strength will push them to the top.

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I think he switched to the same camp that Nightmare and Jardine train at (Greg Jackson???). Judging by his fight against Lambert, I think he's awake now. I think he just needs more experience, kind of like Hamill. Both of them are super-strong, so once they polish up the fighting portion of MMA, their athleticism and strength will push them to the top.
I essentially said the samething about him in another forum and got put down for saying it. I like Rashad but I definitely agree he needs a little more time and experience with great fighters.

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Yeah Rashad needs more time but he is in a lot better shape since cutting down to 205 and now that he is training with Jackson's Submission in New Mission I think it will make him a stronger fighter. I was happy when he finally won by KO and didn't go to decision like always
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Yeah Rashad needs more time but he is in a lot better shape since cutting down to 205 and now that he is training with Jackson's Submission in New Mission I think it will make him a stronger fighter. I was happy when he finally won by KO and didn't go to decision like always
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I think he switched to the same camp that Nightmare and Jardine train at (Greg Jackson???). Judging by his fight against Lambert, I think he's awake now. I think he just needs more experience, kind of like Hamill. Both of them are super-strong, so once they polish up the fighting portion of MMA, their athleticism and strength will push them to the top.
He does train at Jackson's camp.

Rashad's going to have to prove himself to me. One impressive fight doesn't erase the other bad ones. Once he branches out, then he could be something.

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Rashad's going to have to prove himself to me. One impressive fight doesn't erase the other bad ones. Once he branches out, then he could be something.
That could be said about anybody. I agree, one fight doesn't mean you're a permanent superstar. But, it was a pretty impressive fight in my opinion. But that's what I mean, the guy is strong, athletic and has tons of potential. He just needs more experience. I'm not saying the guy is a stud now and is ready to trade w/ Liddell, but he has the potential to. I'm not sure why there's so much hatin' on him. Yes, he's had some pretty lame fights, but that's what happens w/ lack of experience. The guy's only been fighting for 2 years, but only 1 at this type of competition. When you have the ability to ground people at will, it's only a matter of time before you learn the entire scope of fighting. When that happens, you have a superstar in the making.

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