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View Poll Results: Does Matt Serra stand a chance against GSP?
yes, his solid bjj and overall experience gives him a chance 7 9.46%
no. he doesnt have a snow balls chance in hell of winning 58 78.38%
its possible...only if Marc Laimon trains him!!!! 9 12.16%
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post #41 of 44 (permalink) Old 11-28-2006, 03:39 AM
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I actually thought the fight was pretty close between Serra and Lytle.

Neither did anything very impressive but Serra seemed to be more of the aggressor in the fight (i.e. he constantly went for the takedown but failed miserably).

Watch it again pal and this time turn the volume down so you dont have to listen to that godawful bullshit biased commentating...Serra lost that fight plain and Fcuking simple. Maybe, just maybe I could be persuaded to see things a little differently if Serra was a title holder and Lytle was the challenger...maybe then I could understand the whole school of thought that says a close call goes to the champ...but I dont subscribe to that gay ass theory and Serra wasn't a champ in any way shape or form. The UFC decided far in advance that a close call would go to Serra because he's a more dynamic personality and a bigger draw.

That my friends is why the UFC is a declining cesspool of nonsense.
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Watch it again pal and this time turn the volume down so you dont have to listen to that godawful bullshit biased commentating...Serra lost that fight plain and Fcuking simple. Maybe, just maybe I could be persuaded to see things a little differently if Serra was a title holder and Lytle was the challenger...maybe then I could understand the whole school of thought that says a close call goes to the champ...but I dont subscribe to that gay ass theory and Serra wasn't a champ in any way shape or form. The UFC decided far in advance that a close call would go to Serra because he's a more dynamic personality and a bigger draw.

That my friends is why the UFC is a declining cesspool of nonsense.
Actually, I hardly ever pay attention to the commentary; the only commentary I listen to are when Rogan says "he's dropping some bombs!" or "oh, he's rocked!"

Anyways, I might re-watch the fight but I doubt I will, it was a boring fight in my opinion. It may also be that you are the ones watching with biased eyes ...
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Just because "anything can happen" and he does have a punchers chance, doesn't mean he actually has any real chance.
Thats what they say but nah man Matt serra knew he had a chance at hughes now he knows he has got no chance witt GSP

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Actually, I hardly ever pay attention to the commentary; the only commentary I listen to are when Rogan says "he's dropping some bombs!" or "oh, he's rocked!"

Anyways, I might re-watch the fight but I doubt I will, it was a boring fight in my opinion. It may also be that you are the ones watching with biased eyes ...
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Anyway Serra has NO CHANCE at beating St.Pierre, but a contract IS a contract. He'll at least make some serious money for 10 seconds worth of work lol
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