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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-22-2006, 06:13 PM
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not ready for diego ahah thats a joke riggs has fought better guys than diego. has more experience and can actually stop a fight with one hard strike.hes got better gnp than diego hes just not as good of a grappler, hes way better standing. riggs will hand diego his first loss
I agree with you Joe Riggs has fought some good fighters and to say that Diego is ready to fight better fighters...who else he allready be the heat Parysian who else could he face I would like to know........lol Riggs will give Diego is toughest fight yet I believe.

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I agree with you Joe Riggs has fought some good fighters and to say that Diego is ready to fight better fighters...who else he allready be the heat Parysian who else could he face I would like to know........lol Riggs will give Diego is toughest fight yet I believe.
If Riggs actually shows up to fight he will give him a good one, but I cant see it being a tougher fight fr Diego than Parysian was. That was the fight of the year IMO.
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yeah that fight rocked
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not ready for diego ahah thats a joke riggs has fought better guys than diego. has more experience and can actually stop a fight with one hard strike.hes got better gnp than diego hes just not as good of a grappler, hes way better standing. riggs will hand diego his first loss

just clearing something, i never said JOE wasnt ready for diego, he definatly is.. which is why i said no offense to Joe riggs, because hes an amazing fighter. But if u take from Diego's point of view, its a setback, considering his latest performance and his record. Im not complaining about the fight itself, but the fact that diego is not on the winning side of this matchup. Its probably going to be a good fight, and in my opinion, Diego by decision.
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post #15 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-22-2006, 11:46 PM
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Riggs has punching power, and he's a lot stronger than Diego. It depends on which Joe Riggs shows up. He's very inconsistent.

I used to think Diego would mow over him, but after giving it some serious thought, Riggs could be a handful for Sanchez. Of course, it all depends on which Joe Riggs shows up.

Should be a fun fight.

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If Riggs follows his UFC fight pattern (7 fights, won/lost/won/lost/won/lost/won), he should lose this fight!

Just joking around I'm not a big fan of either of them but it should be a good fight if Riggs can break the incosistent trend.
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