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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 10-17-2008, 09:09 AM
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Its actually alot tougher a fight for Lesnar than people are giving credit for. Lesnars best chance in the fight is the whole "Randy wont be able to take him down". Well, Randy's striking is better than Lesnars from the little we've seen of Lesnar on his feet. Randy has the experience, and has traded punches with heavyweights such as Tim Sylvia and Pedro Rizzo. He's a world class wrestler and was winning the fight against a much larger Ricco.

Lesnar, in my opinion, has to work on his striking, so Randy doesnt pick him apart on the feet, and also on his bjj, because contrary to what alot of people think, Brock WILL end up on his back. And we've all seen what happens when a wrestler is in that position. . .
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So, you don't think he can win the fight in the clinch with his dirty boxing?
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So, you don't think he can win the fight in the clinch with his dirty boxing?
You know, i wouldnt be suprised to see Brock try a suplex from the clinch. . .
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Give him the F-5.
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So, you don't think he can win the fight in the clinch with his dirty boxing?
I think it is wise for him not to go into the clinch if there is something else he can do. Stay away from Lesnar's strengths and exploit his weaknesses. Randy has very technical stand up and as Sylvia found out, hard to hit. Lesnar although we have seen very little seems to hit extremely hard to hasn't got technical striking like Sylvia does so Randy shouldn't have a massive problem with that unless a big shot lands but if that happens most of the time you are in trouble, not mattering which fighters are in the ring.

Randy could go a bit into the clinch and dirty box, he is good at it. I am not a wrestler(Hardly any in Australia) so I am not exactly an expert on it so I can't call on all the strengths Lesnar is bound to have. Randy is a much better tactician then me so he may do other things and they may work, he is a very smart fighter.
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Give him the F-5.
is that a WWE thing? i dont follow it is all. And i really am kinda serious about Brock trying a suplex from the clinch. He certainly cant beat Randy in the clinch game, and i wouldnt be suprised if he let some of that WWE bravado come out in such a big event
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Yeah, it was his finisher in the WWE.

Judoka, I agree. If Lesnar can get on top of Randy, I think he will control him. In saying that, Randy would still be dangerous from the bottom. I'd say Randy would rather the fight stay standing, if he could choose.
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Lesnar "wrestling skills" are overrated, he wins by brute force and physical ability.

Put the same guy at 230 pounds and his "skills" would fade away.
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Yeah, it was his finisher in the WWE.

Judoka, I agree. If Lesnar can get on top of Randy, I think he will control him. In saying that, Randy would still be dangerous from the bottom. I'd say Randy would rather the fight stay standing, if he could choose.
Randy is also a great wrestler, Brock has a strength advantage but I am sure Randy would have and is currently training for it.

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Lesnar "wrestling skills" are overrated, he wins by brute force and physical ability.

Put the same guy at 230 pounds and his "skills" would fade away.
His back ground gives him some credibility in Wrestling.
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Randy is also a great wrestler, Brock has a strength advantage but I am sure Randy would have and is currently training for it.



His back ground gives him some credibility in Wrestling.
Also Brocks wrestling is collegiate wrestling, Randy's is Greco Roman, and we all know how effective Greco is in MMA. Randy has some pretty nice trips from the clinch too. I really think although Brock has all the physical advantages over Randy, Randy is too experienced for Brock to take on right now.

For sure Brock can win this fight, but 7 times out of 10, i give this to Randy

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