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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-21-2006, 04:10 PM Thread Starter
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Who Will Last Longer? Serra Or Lutter...

Alright, make your predictions ... for the 0.0001% of you that think Lutter or Serra will win their respective fights, just explain why... then have yourself checked out ..lol .. everyone else, what does everyone think about who will last longer in their championship fights ... Serra or Lutter. I'm gonna say Serra will because GSP is such a nice guy he may give him a bit more of a chance ..j/k ... but still think Serra will last a bit longer with GSP than Lutter will with Silva .. i think I'm just guessing though
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-21-2006, 08:22 PM
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Get off the Silva bandwagon please. Lutter will definately last longer then Serra. Lutter is just one of those guys that can take a beating. Don't count him out either, his takedowns may be slow, but he always seems to get everyone down. Silva will win, but not as easy as everyone thinks. Serra should drop to lightweight where he would do much better. Serra isn;t even strong enough to take GSP down. So predictions:
GSP vs. Serra - 1st or 2nd Round TKO for GSP (Prob. 1st)
Silva vs. Lutter - 2nd Round TKO for Silva (Late in 2nd)
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i cant see gsp knocking out serra quicker than silva knocking out lutter.


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i see lutter lasting longer if he gets it to the ground and serra....both ways he's dead so yea..maybe he can hold gsp on the fence for the rounds and win..
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Get off the Silva bandwagon please. Lutter will definately last longer then Serra.
What does his post have to do with the "Silva bandwagon" he was just stating his opinion.
And most thought Leben could take a beating but we all saw what Silva did to him. Now Lutter is a more experienced fighter than lutter, but regardless I don't think when they lose matters. THe fact is they are both going to lose, I will be surprised see either of them get through the first round.
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post #6 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-21-2006, 10:43 PM
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well, serra is shorter than lutter so it will take less time for his unconsious body to hit the canvas
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post #7 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-21-2006, 10:58 PM
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Lutter will defintely last longer than serra. I feel sorry for serra, if mat couldnt get GSP down sera isnt going to do any better. Serra will just get peppered with shots until he goes down. The Lutter fight is going to be intresting. I have a feeling lutter is going to win by submisson. Lutter will be smart enough to stay out of reach of Silva's strikes and probably rush Silva to the cage then take him down.
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I have a feeling lutter is going to win by submisson. Lutter will be smart enough to stay out of reach of Silva's strikes and probably rush Silva to the cage then take him down.
I respect your opinion. But if Lutter thinks for one second he's going to be able to take Anderson down like he did to mediocre fighters Cote, Sell, and Smith than he is greatly mistaken. His takedowns in these fights (although effective vs. B level fighters) were as slow as hell and Silva will have no problem sprawling, but I don't think he'll even have to. Lutter will probably come in slow like he seems to have been doing recently and will most likely receive and nice kick or knee to the face. Anyways I personally think unless he vastly he improves his "explosiveness" on his takedowns than he doesn't stand much of a chance against silva.
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Serra is going to get annihilated by GSP, I'll be shocked if it goes to the second round. Lutter will fare slightly better against Silva, he might make it to the second round.


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If lutter makes it to the second round I will be very surprised, in Silva's two fights in the UFC so far, he hasn't spend more than a round in the octagon total, and that was against Rich Franklin (and everybody I think will agree that Franklin is way better than lutter) and chris leben (and everybody may not agree that he is a can).
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