Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't trolling defined by posting ridiculous, controversial or pervocative things to get a reaction and attention?
Because if that definition is true it doesn't apply to me because I truly and strongly believe what I'm posting about. To be honest I'm a little surprised that I got a warning or that I offended anyone. I guess what I wrote sounded harsher when read than I meant it to and for that I apologize.
Fair enough, then I'll proceed to explain the reason behind my opinion -- reason which could very well be flawed, however I believe it to be correct.
First, I'll start off with saying Brock has improved dramatically with each of his fights. I think there are several reasons for this. I believe his first loss, to Frank Mir essentially guided the defensive focus and heavy ground control he's now begun to demonstrate.
He's training with Greg Nelson, a very versatile coach who has the ability to bring in guys like Rodrigo Medeiros, to help prepare him for opponents like Mir and Nog on the ground. It is also my opinion that due to the quick pace in which MMA evolves at, a fighter's skill can only be measured by his last fight, which luckily for Brock was an impressive demonstration of ground control over Frank Mir.
Not only do I think Brock is going to be too athletic and strong for Nog to control on the ground, but I believe because of who he's training with and how much he's improved recently, that Nog will be controlled on the ground in a similar fashion that Mir was. Something which in my mind feels like a logical deduction. I also think posting Nog's old fights is rather redundant. Most of us know the wars he's been in, but we also have people like Frank Mir and Mirko Cro Cop to remind us how different the up and coming Heavy Weights are, athletically. Nog has never fought someone with the speed, power, and wrestling of Lesnar combined into one.