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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-01-2006, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Penn VS Gomi rematch

I would love to see a rematch here. Of course BJ would have to get a couple wins under his belt for some confidence, and get healed up.

I have not seen there first match talked about much here, I have not seen many Gomi fights but what I have seen I like he is fast strong and great at grappling.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-01-2006, 12:34 PM
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It was a pretty good fight although BJ controlled it.

BJ really dominates these types of fights, gomi is an animal and loves to push the pace in his fights and it plays right into BJ's hands because of his shitty conditioning.

I think gomi's grown alot though as a fighter, i think he'd win by KO.

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Gomi's amazing, I dont think it would be too hard for him to beat BJ in the rematch, just my opinion
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u guys are crazy bj would take gomi down right away and control him and than make him tap again




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u guys are crazy bj would take gomi down right away and control him and than make him tap again


I 100% completly agree . B.J. would defeat Gomi in a rematch.


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I think BJ would win it again it would probably be a better fight this time though.

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u guys are crazy bj would take gomi down right away and control him and than make him tap again

Definatly agreed
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Yea I like Gomi but I don't think he is the better fighter. I think BJ wins this no problem, especially if it's at 155 like last time. Notice he didn't gas and he finished the fight in the THIRD round. That's the BJ I like. Gomi is good and is ever improving, but if this fight does happen, it prolly will be at ROTR again, and BJ will NOT lose in that organization.
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