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post #1 of 95 (permalink) Old 12-01-2006, 01:06 PM Thread Starter
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Are You Ready For Diego's 1st Loss?

who is ready to see diego stopped for the first time in his mma career?

Joe is hungrier then ever and i cant wait to see back on his track to the WW title...

No doubt this is going to be a very good fight...

But Riggs will end up with a much needed victory, while showing Diego what heavy hands are all about in the WW division.
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post #2 of 95 (permalink) Old 12-01-2006, 01:18 PM
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Diego via submission or decision. Seriously, it doesn't matter how hungry Rigg's is because he isn't that good of a fighter anyways.
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Diego via submission or decision. Seriously, it doesn't matter how hungry Rigg's is because he isn't that good of a fighter anyways.
I second that. I don't think Diego will lose to that B class fighter.
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The problem with Riggs is that he's inconsistent. He fights in patterns. When he's "on", he's a good fighter. But, when he's "off", then he's an easy opponent to beat.

Lets hope the Riggs who fought Lytle, Diaz, & Doerksen shows up, and not the Riggs who fought Hughes & Swick.
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post #5 of 95 (permalink) Old 12-01-2006, 01:35 PM
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diego will win. he showed what kind of heart he has in his fight with karo. he still wont be able to beat GSP though.
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Riggs isnt that good of a fighter?

ok... Then why is Dana constantly putting joe back in the ring?

Because he is an exciting fighter and tough as ****ing nails.

Sure joe has had some mental mistakes in the past, but he is young as hell. More then enought time to improve.

Almost two years younger then diego, but literally has double the amount of fights.

His experience and size will prevail regardless of diegos undefeated record.

Not to mention that Joe's body has finally adjusted to the lighter weight,

Joe at a 170lbs with full power... LIGHTS OUT!!!
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As long as dirty sanchez doesn't jump on riggs back and rides him like a horse i don't really care who wins. GSP will kill them both
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GSP....

Kill them both???

I beg to differ..

But will have to see when that time comes...

and it will
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I'll be rooting for Joe in this one. Something about Diego really bugs me...always has. I know many people are expecting Sanchez to run away with this one, but Riggs will be fighting with some serious emotional motivation. I wouldn't count the guy out.
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I went back and watched the Sanchez/Parysian fight a couple times. It was the best competition Sanchez had faced (to date) and he looked pretty good. Not dominant by any means but he won that fight.

I doubt he finishes Riggs, though. It will probably be a decision in Sanchez's favour.

The so-called "uncrowned champ" still needs to beat Hughes or Penn before he should get a chance to go at GSP, though, IMHO.
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